Halloween is on a Monday this year and it has me thinking, should we celebrate early? I’m a total Halloween fan and take it upon myself to celebrate the holiday every day during the month of October, so I’m not being a holiday hater.

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Still, it always is the worst when Halloween lands on a weekday! Halloween is all about having fun when the sun goes down and I think everyone should be able to enjoy the holiday for the entire night and not have to stress about the next day!

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So, this raises the question of, whether we should make it a rule to celebrate Halloween the weekend before or after in New Jersey. I don’t want to give anyone any stale memories of Halloween 2012 after Hurricane Sandy, but should we implement this rule from now on?

I remember as a kid, Halloween was one of the nights a year I got to stay up with my friends late and eat candy. The worst part about it was 9/10 times, we always had school the next day, so the festivities had to be cut short!

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Having that well-needed rest day after a holiday is always amazing. We get it for Christmas and Thanksgiving, so why not Halloween? This could be me being a total freak for Halloween, but having the chance to go out trick or treating with your family or throwing a Halloween party would be so much more fun if everyone wasn’t out on a time limit! Or do you think it would ruin the spirit of Halloween?

Maybe New Jersey can start this trend in years to come!

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