Halloween is just around the corner. Personally, I’m content with all the pumpkin spiced goodies out there to the point that I have probably consumed more than the legal limit would allow, if there was one. However, if you’re planning to go Trick-or-Treating or to a Halloween party, then consider these 10 Tips for Teens on Halloween.
- Make sure your costume has a pocket for your phone. If it doesn’t, make sure you don’t lose it.
- Have a cell phone power bank with you just in case you use up your battery catching Pokémon.
- Be sure to check what the weather will be that night. Most likely, it will be cold, so bring a sweater.
- If you’re going to be trick-or-treating to Thriller, which everyone should, make sure to only have one earbud in your ear so you can listen to the road while you’re walking.
- If the porch light is off, do not disturb the residents.
- Make sure your candy has not been tampered with before eating.
- If you’re driving, be extremely careful. Not only do you have to watch out for little ghouls, but you also have to watch out for intoxicated boogeymen who thought it was a good idea to drive while under the influence.
- If you’re going to a party, watch your drink and never leave it unattended. You don’t want any surprises there.
- I’m a night owl. I stay up late doing homework, watching Netflix, or listening to music, and when morning comes, it’s horrible waking up. This year, Halloween is on a Monday. Make sure you get enough sleep or you’ll look like a zombie by night and day!
- Last, but not least: Don’t forget to have fun!
Student Social Media Intern
1st Nor Cal Credit Union