October is known by many as a month filled with falls colors, Halloween costumes, and lots of delicious sweets. However, there’s actually one reason for the celebration that you might not know about – October has been designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month by the US Congress. In honor of this month, we’re breaking down the facts about this disease so you can find out more about it!
Why Do We Celebrate October?
Celebrate October for all the wonderful things it has to offer! This month is celebrated for many reasons, but chief among them is the fact that it marks the start of fall. Fall is a time when the colors of the season start to change, and nature starts to get ready for winter. The leaves on the trees fall to the ground, leaving behind an autumnal landscape. The weather cools down, and there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy activities like pumpkin picking and apple picking. And of course, there’s always a feeling of nostalgia in the air as we remember all the happy memories from fall past. So why not celebrate October by enjoying all its charms?
Benefits of Celebrating a New Year in October
October is a great month to celebrate a new year. Here are some benefits of celebrating a new year in October:
-October is the shortest month of the year, making it easier to stay on track with your goals.
-October is the month of Halloween, which is a holiday celebrated around the world. This holiday is a great opportunity to get in some fun activities with friends and family.
-October is also the month of Thanksgiving, which is a national holiday in the United States. This holiday is celebrated to commemorate the first harvest of the season.
How to Celebrate Halloween and Other Holidays in October
We all know that Halloween is one of the most popular holidays in the United States, but what about other holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas? What are their origins and how do we celebrate them in October? Here’s a quick guide to help you celebrate these holidays in October:
Halloween: This holiday originated in ancient Celtic traditions and is celebrated by wearing costumes and going trick or treating. There are many different traditions associated with Halloween, but some of the most popular include carving pumpkins, giving candy to children, and watching scary movies.
Thanksgiving: This holiday commemorates the first harvest of the Pilgrims who sailed from England to America in 1620. The main celebration of Thanksgiving is a meal that family and friends share together, usually featuring traditional Thanksgiving foods like turkey, cranberry sauce, yams, and pumpkin pie.
Christmas: Christmas is a religious holiday celebrated mainly by Christians around the world. The main traditions associated with Christmas involve decorating trees, exchanging gifts, singing carols, and eating turkey.
Alternative Halloween and Other Holidays
Alternative Halloween and other holidays are becoming more and more popular, as people become more creative and want to express themselves in different ways. Here are a few alternative Halloween celebrations that you may want to check out:
– Druid Halloween – A Celtic pagan holiday that celebrates the return of the sun god. Wear green clothes, put leaves in your hair, and carry a wand.
– Monster Mash – Celebrate all things creepy and dangerous! Make a Frankenstein’s monster cake, wear costumes from classic horror movies, and invite your friends over for a night of fun.
– Gothic Lolita – If you’re into lace dresses, dark makeup, and spooky atmospheres, this is the holiday for you. Go all out with gothic decorations, make your own devils food cake (with added black licorice), and watch scary movies all night long.