It is that time of the year again. Yes, that time when parents and their children are all going crazy for the season. Halloween is really here, Let the games to scare begin. Halloween celebrates the dead by bringing people together and in as much as it sounds unbelievable, Halloween is a really fun holiday and the season demands being marked with fun, family, friends and most importantly good food. By good food I mean lots and lots of candy. No holiday can be a success without good food. Halloween like most of the other holidays is accompanied by parties of different forms and themes. So how should you party this Halloween?
Party hard - This is the number one rule for any party goer. Parties can be good, great or even boring. However, all this simply depends on the party goer. You determine how the party goes for you. I am not telling you to be a Jack of all trades at someone’s party. All I am saying are you had to have the will to enjoy yourself as you leave your house. Have as much fun as the party can accord you. Give the party your best shot. If you decide that you are at a party to dance, dance your legs limb. If you are there for the music and to socialize, do not hesitate to get down on it. Sing as loud as your voice can and laugh with as many people as you can. Remember its Halloween, scare hard and maybe you shall be scared easily yourself.
Party in the moment - if you decide to go to a party, put your Mind, body and spirit in the party, the wise men said that the hardest part of being alive is probably living in the moment. Take your time to listen to the music. Take your time to get scared and actually make an awesome Halloween costume. Partying in the moment during Halloween can be pretty tricky since the whole theme of the party is basically adrenaline packed. Despite this fact, it is important to make memories for the future. Clear, bits or detailed memories. Memories are life itself.
Party safe - Safety comes from within and around us. Whenever you are going out on a Halloween spree, know your environment and trust your instinct. Not everyone at a party has the same intentions of having a great night as you do. Remember, it is no one’s duty to take care of you but yourself. Always have your buddies close to you.