Happy Halloween! Organizing Trick or Treating On the Go
In the words of Kendall, “It’s spooky season!” It’s no surprise that I look forward to Fall and all things fresh that come along with the season shift— including the family outings and fun holidays. In true Super-mom fashion, this Halloween is going to be a full affair and if you’re anything like I am, you can’t afford to fall off of your A-game now.
From tackling trick or treating with the girls to attending a housewarming Halloween party, I have a few promises to keep and a tight schedule to make it work. We are staying organized while bouncing around town this Halloween with these simple tricks.
Whether your kid wants to dress up as a princess or a pirate, OTG|247 bags have proved to be a lifesaver time and time again. The sanitary and easy to clean plastic reassures there is no random lint stuck to candy and if there’s a melty mess, you can be the one-wipe-problem-solver. Talk about a win-win situation for everyone.
The worst feeling in the world is hearing the little ones complain of hunger and beg for the candy they just snagged from the neighbors. I’m readying myself this year with bag #7 full of healthy, guilt-free snacks for tiny hands with hungry tummies. The insulation helps keep snack cool and crisp. Car time is the best time to break out this secret snack time weapon. Not to mention this wearable insulated bag doubles great as an on-the-go wine bag so it’s perfect for following the kids on their annual neighborhood candy hunt.
When there are a few minutes to spare between trick or treating and a Halloween party keep bag #4 handy for a refresh or “fix it” kit full of necessities to safety pins and bobby pins to hem tape and bug spray. Wipe your face to rejuvenate from all the running around or touch up your costume makeup in seconds. If you’ve got it, flaunt haunt it.
Aside from the leaves, people are walking into new seasons in their life. When in doubt about what works best for a simple housewarming gift, the acrylic display organizer refuses to fail. Whether they want to store their OTG|247 bags inside, stock desk supplies on it or use it for mail sorting, this accessory is a must-have.
A safe and easy Halloween tip of mine is to add reflective tape in the coordinating color throughout your child’s costume to help identify your child among the sea of others.
Staying organized helps keep your Halloween lively and rolling along. Have fun and remember to trick or treat yourself.