By Joanne Rosa

Some people love Halloween (we’re looking at you Heidi Klum).

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But, Halloween isn’t for everyone! Wendy is dressing up for our big Halloween show on Tuesday, but Wendy’s Halloween night situation will have nothing to do with a costume.

Even if you do have a costume, are you really about to dip it and do it in your full formation Beyoncé baby announcement costume? That a hard nah.

Plus you have work the next day.

If you want to enjoy Halloween night or celebrate early this weekend, here’s what you can do instead of getting all dressed up!

Movies and Trick-or-Treaters

Roommates, lesbian couple watching movie on laptop at home in bedroom.

Enjoy a night in with scary movies (or Halloween themed movies), handing out candy to trick-or-treaters, and eating candy yourself! This is a classic way to spend your Halloween night, and you won’t regret it!

Fall Activities

Corn Maze Sign in Corn Field

Sweater weather is here along with perfect cool temperatures and breezy fall days. There are so many fall activities to partake in. You can go to a corn maze, pick pumpkins and carve them out when you get home, or make an outdoor fire and drink some homemade apple cider.

Spooky Happenings

Haunted horror house.

Going off of the fall activities, there are plenty of scary activities to do on Halloween. See if there is a ghost tour close by; go through a haunted house or a haunted hay ride. You can even partake in a zombie apocalypse! If you’re not really into the whole idea of potentially soiling your pants, try an escape the room or murder mystery event.

Eat a lot

Festive Homemade Pumpkin Pie

If there’s one thing the holidays are good for, it’s the excuse to eat as much as you want. So have some caramel apples, popcorn, pie, candy, or whatever your little heart desires. Treat yo’ self, girl.

Tell Us: What are your Halloween plans?