Even if you don’t have a group of friends to celebrate Halloween with, you don’t have to let this scary, spooky holiday pass by unnoticed. Instead of ignoring All Hallows’ Eve because you’re alone, plan a fun-filled day and evening for yourself and enjoy the festivities to the fullest.
1. Dress Up
Even when you’re an adult, there’s no reason you can’t dress up in a fun or scary costume. If your employer allows workers to wear their costumes to work on Halloween, by all means dress up in a one-of-a-kind outfit. Choose a costume that expresses your personality. Consider dressing up as a swashbuckling pirate, a sexy maid, a scary witch or a famous character from history.
2. Hand Out Candy
If you’re feeling lonely because you’re celebrating Halloween solo, turn on your porch light to let trick-or-treaters know that you’re home and handing out candy. Fill a couple of large bowls with candy you’ve picked up for the occasion. Hand out the candy and exclaim over all the little ghosts, ghouls and goblins who show up at your door.