Halloween is just around the corner. Parenting contributor Prerna cooks up a list of Top 5 Family Halloween Movies that will make you howl in delight. BOO!
Looking for alternatives to traditional sweets? Prerna has 5 Non-Candy Treats for Trick-or-Treating this Halloween that are fun and creative. Take a look.
It’s that time of year again. I’ve compiled The Cubicle Chick 2014 Halloween Guide for your ghouls and goblins full of ideas, DIY, crafts, tips, and more!
This year, The Chicklet wanted to be someone she admired. So I set about making her a Gabby Douglas Team USA Olympic Costume, piecing it together on my own.
While this is ghosts & goblins season, not everyone wants to trick or treat. Here are 5 fun and safe alternatives to trick or treating this Halloween.
A Halloween craft that also doubles as decor? Check out Katie’s latest creation— Dollar Store Décor: DIY Halloween Votive Holder.
Between the candy and costumes and decorations and parties, Halloween isn’t as cheap as you think. Brands and companies who want to maximize their revenue pour millions into marketing Halloween items for the holiday for us to buy.
The Chicklet and I are really looking forward to Halloween. A few weeks ago while surfing the web, I found a fabulous costume that was fit for my princess—a Rainbow Fairy Princess costume complete with wings, leotard with tutu, leg warmers, etc.
We all know that Martha Stewart is the definitive authority when it comes to entertaining. And her line of decor for Halloween is just what the doctor ordered, especially for someone like me who is new to throwing Halloween fetes.
Recently, my daughter and I visited Build a Bear Workshop’s brand new redesigned store here in St. Louis, and we purchased a cute Halloween Hello Kitty named Spooky. Halloween would not be complete without a new friend from The Chicklet’s favorite place!
TheCubicleChick.com Parenting Contributor Prerna Malik discusses 5 ways for you and your child to have a fun and safe Halloween this year.
Recently, The Chicklet and I got the opportunity to do some shopping at Ross Dress for Less to pick out some great clothing items for school. She likes picking out her own clothes now, so I am giving her more responsibility in that area (although I have to co-sign everything she picks out).