In this age of technology, connecting with others is easy to do, especially on platforms like YouTube. Watching vloggers and how they celebrate the holidays can bring a lot of joy and Christmas spirit into the mix of your holiday season. Here are a few of my favorite bloggers for Christmas.
1. FAMILY FIZZ
3. THE INGHAM FAMILY
4. ALISHA MARIE VLOGS
If you're looking for something to get your heart racing and challenge your mind, these video games might be the answer. Check out today's post about five of the best horror video games on the market today.
1: WHAT REMAINS OF EDITH FINCH
2: OUTLAST II
This game is the type of game that will leave you looking over your shoulder constantly. There aren’t creatures as much as there are back-woods hillbillies with dangerous beliefs that are looking to kill anyone who doesn’t measure up to their standards of belief.
3: THE EVIL WITHIN 2
4: UNTIL DAWN
5: BENDY AND THE INK MACHINE
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Who doesn’t love a good party? Especially around such a fun holiday like Halloween. Today, I want to share with you all of the resources you need to throw the best Halloween party.
1: CHOOSE YOUR DATE, TIME, LOCATION AND THEME
As far as a theme, you could do anything from a costume party with a specific theme like Twilight or creepy monsters. After you choose this, make sure you note the information so you can follow the next step.
2: MAKE AND SEND YOUR INVITES
4: MAKE OR BUY SNACKS AND FOOD
One of the best things you can do is make some cute food or snacks for your party. I’ve done a number of these for Halloween in years past, and I may have more coming up. You can find them on my YouTube channel, but below I’ve linked one of my favorites!
5: PLAN THE ENTERTAINMENT
Additionally, there is nothing better than a few awesome Halloween party games or costume contests. Get some prizes and do monster trivia or murder mystery games like Clue.
6: HAVE A HOWLIN’ GOOD TIME
Unfortunately, COVID-19 has continued to be a problem, making this the second Halloween that has been impacted by the virus. I don't even know if anyone did "trick-or-treating" last year, or if it was even allowed by various cities. But, in case this is still the case or if you don't feel comfortable handing out candy or taking your kids out, here are a few ideas:
19. Play with makeup and create Halloween looks
20. Turn yourself into a toilet paper mummy
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.