Weekend Guide: Candy time

welcome to the good taste weekend guide, where we round up ten fun things for you to do, see, read & watch each week! We’ll be trying to avoid halloween candy all weekend … happy halloween!


What to do after your kids go to bed after Trick or Treating? Pair your kids’ Halloween candy with wine, obviously.


Candy Apples: a new apple called Cosmic Crisp is about to debut in the produce aisle.


What if’ moments: Cup of Jo’s Caroline Donofrio’s writing is always exceptional, and this poignant piece, “What is your ‘sliding doors’ moment?” on how little moments can have such a pivotal effect on your future will stick with you for days. Read the article, then continue to the comments!


Listen to Bluegrass Lizzo: Skip to about 11:30 to hear the song. Worth it.


What movies have you seen lately? We recommend Zombieland Double Tap if you’re in the mood for a silly movie. Share your recent favorites in the comments!


Eye candy: An affordable plush area rug from Pier1 looks high-end but won’t break the bank.


Replace dryer sheets with dryer balls: Never run out of a dryer sheet again. Woolzies wool dryer balls stay in your dryer and last for 1,000 loads (like two weekends during soccer season.)


Decorate for Halloween: Cool & easy Halloween party decoration ideas include a Halloween snack platter and construction paper flying bats.


Send yourself flowers: 15% off flowers and gifts at ProFlowers is a great excuse to add seasonal plants and flowers to your decor. This little arrangement is perfect for Thanksgiving.


Find a local wine dinner: Wine dinners like the Hallowine Dinner at Hook & Barrel in Myrtle Beach are a fun way to learn about wine paired with food and meet new people!

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For Myrtle Beach locals & visitors – things to do in Myrtle Beach in October

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