While picking out pumpkins, buying treats, and setting up decorations, consider promoting allergy inclusion by turning teal this fall. The Teal Pumpkin Project promotes Halloween inclusion for trick-or-treaters with food allergies or other conditions. Here we have eight ideas to make sure everyone can enjoy a fun and safe Halloween.
Ghosts, Goblins, and Ghouls! OH MY! Halloween is a BIG deal in our house. We go all out with costumes, parties, treats, and decorations! These painted rock faces are the perfect front porch pumpkin companion or non-candy treat for your little tricksters.
Have you ever been on a walk and noticed an unusual rock at your feet? We have! If the Kindness Rocks Project has hit your town, you may have seen painted rocks hidden in plain sight. The idea is that spreading messages and images of joy is something anyone can do. Just grab a rock, paint it, and leave it where someone will see it when they need a dose of kindness in their lives. It’s a little serendipity to spread positivity and give people a friendly thought to ponder.