Every other year, I’d tell you that Halloween was my favorite holiday. This year, it’s a little upsetting. Because so many people have a hard time following rules, trick-or-treating has been canceled in many neighborhoods across the nation. That doesn’t necessarily mean no candy. As long as we have grocery stores, we’ll always have candy.
But, it’s just not the same — especially for those of us with young kids. My daughter Charlotte went out for the first time last year and had a blast. This year, she can’t stop talking about trick-or-treating, and I’m already thinking of ways to emulate the experience in our own home.
It’s also been tough for grocery stores and candy manufacturers. Because most of them couldn’t predict the future, there’s still a ton of candy being released for the big day. For some consumers, it’s a reminder of what could have been.
That’s why it’s important to view this holiday as an adult. Simply put, you still need to sample the candy. Just because trick-or-treating may be canceled doesn’t mean you shouldn’t celebrate the holiday with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, as per usual. To make the best out of a bad situation, it’s important to still see what’s out there in terms of new Halloween candies.
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