Yep, it IS the eleventh hour and you’re still at work. Does that mean you ditch tonight’s Halloween party since you did not put together an amazing costume.
Heck, no! That means you get creative and find some stuff handy around the house and put together an epic last-minute costume.
Check out these three from the Huffington Post:
Pair of dice
Ginger Bread Man
How fun! And what could be easier than any of these three?
Here are some more I found on Pinterest:
Simple, simple Scarecrow, just makeup and a hat :
How about this one? Fun for any single guy!
A flannel shirt and a headband, and Rosie the Riveter appears!
Who doesn’t love the Minions from Despicable Me?
A sexy ghost…
A festive Christmas tree…
Or a bunch of grapes…
Put your thinking cap on (hmm…THAT could be a costume) and look around…you will find some props to put together something good, now go out and have some fun!!
This week I am trying to get back into the
blogging writing habit regularly– turning over a NEW leaf, so to speak. I have been slacking on my blogging writing for the last few months, and for no good reason at all, so joining a few communities is helpful. I have several books in various stages of completion, and I think this type of challenge could be just the NEW nudge I need to get things done! NEWbooks!
First, I am doing the Ultra Blog Challenge, a challenge to write a blog post every day of the month. Today is Day 2, and even though it is 11:30 east of the Mississippi River, here I am at the computer to be sure that I get my post in for the day. They say it takes seven days to create a NEW habit, so that is definitely what I am going for.
I just learned about Five Minute Friday today while doing a Pinterest group follow in my awesome Women of Midlife Facebook group— and thought it would be perfect to add as well. I understand there is also a great blogging community around FMF, too…so it will be great to meet lots of NEW friends, too.
That’s all I’ve got for now– but actually, it is pretty awesome that there are so many great groups online for support and friendship, and NEW ways to connect with just about anyone in the world.
New friends. New habits. New nudges. New connections. New commitments. New writing. New books! Not bad for a NEW month!