The weather is cool and crisp, the leaves are falling, and the spirit of Halloween is in the air. October 31st is almost here and that means it’s time to stock up on trick-or-treat candy, scary décor, and Halloween costumes. Before you put a dent in your budget as the holiday season gets underway, consider the following three easy ways to save on the scariest day of the year.DIYReuse decorations you have from previous years then call it a day on purchasing more décor. Instead, check out Pinterest for endless amounts of do-it-yourself décor ideas. Take the children to the pumpkin patch and have them pick out a few favorites. Then head home and spend time together making fun crafts that your kids can proudly display on the porch and around your home.Put a cap on the candyJust because your neighborhood gets hundreds of trick-or-treaters per year, doesn’t me you have to hand out candy until midnight. Head to your local discount store and buy as much candy as you’d like for cheap. Then, when your candy supply runs dry on Halloween night, turn the light off and call it a night.Free fall funMany cities and towns around the country have local fall festivities during the autumn season that are free of charge. Check out your local Parks and Recreations Department for more information on Halloween happenings near you. Also, food and drinks are often pricey at these events so plan ahead of time and pack a picnic to save extra money. 49SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Wendy Moody Wendy Moody is a Senior Editor with CUInsight.com. Wendy works with the editorial team to help edit the content including current news, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details
And despite four penalties from captain Owen Farrell they never looked like closing that gap as the Springboks produced an outstanding display to match those of 1995 in Johannesburg and 2007 in Paris.Those were iconic moments for a nation besotted with rugby and when Siya Kolisi lifted the William Webb Ellis trophy aloft as the first black man to captain the Springboks they will have the final part of a triptych that will endure forever in the country’s collective memory.For England it was a chastening end to a campaign that had promised to end the 16-year wait for the World Cup glory.They were out-muscled, out-run and out-thought by a team transformed by the leadership of skipper Kolisi and the coaching of Rassie Erasmus.Never before has a team beaten in the group stages gone on to win the trophy, but this is a triumph to match that of the teams of Francois Pienaar and John Smit with a wider story that perhaps surpasses both.RESULTS & FIXTURESBournemouth 1 – 0 Man UnitedArsenal 1 – 1 WolvesAston Villa 1 – 2 LiverpoolBrighton 2 – 0 NorwichMan City 2 – 1 SouthamptonSheffield United 3 – 0 BurnleyWest Ham 2 – 3 NewcastleWatford 1 – 2 ChelseaEspanyol 1 – 2 ValenciaLevante 3 – 1 BarcelonaSevilla 1 – 1 Atl MadridRoma 2 – 1 NapoliBologna 1 – 2 InterCrystal Palace v Leicester 3pmEverton v Tottenham 5:30pmJOY M. IMIETHISDAY NewspaperGraphics Illustrator35, Creek Road, Apapa – Lagosjoy.email@example.com, 070540505342 AttachmentsShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram South Africa broke English hearts with a ruthless display of power rugby to seize their third Rugby World Cup in devastating fashion.Twenty two points from the boot of nerveless fly-half Handre Pollard and second-half tries from wingers Makazole Mapimpi and Cheslin Kolbe ground England into the Yokohama dirt on a horrible night for Eddie Jones’s men.England had trailed 12-6 at the interval after taking a hammering in the scrum and making a series of handling errors.