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Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood Review

I love Universal Studios–both Hollywood and Orlando. But, I had never gone to Halloween Horror Nights at either park. That is, until this year. I went to Halloween Horror Nights early in the season this year, and here is my Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood Review. You can get more information about Halloween Horror Nights OrlandoContinue reading “Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood Review”

Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood: How Scary is It?

One thing I learned really fast when I started doing Universal Studios videos on Youtube is that Halloween Horror Nights videos are very popular. I went to Halloween Horror Nights for the first time this year. And, the big question is ‘how scary is it?’ The answer is, it depends. What Scares You How scaryContinue reading “Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood: How Scary is It?”

AprilCoxTravel Announcements: Grand ReOpening!

AprilCoxTravel is officially reopened as of September 2022. I’ve switched from the MLM I was working with to a host agency that focuses entirely on travel, not recruiting others to pay for subscriptions. The price is much cheaper, and the trainings are much better. I will be planning a virtual grand reopening event, so stayContinue reading “AprilCoxTravel Announcements: Grand ReOpening!”

9 Epic Ways to Spend Your Halloween In Los Angeles

Once I was able to make a decent enough living that I could afford to celebrate Halloween, I started researching things I could do. Perhaps you’re in a similar situation, or maybe you’re just looking for something different to do on Halloween. Either way, here are 9 epic ways to spend your Halloween in LosContinue reading “9 Epic Ways to Spend Your Halloween In Los Angeles”

All Saints Day, Day of the Dead, & National Men Make Dinner Day

Today’s blog post is going to cover a few different topics based on holidays that are coming up: All Saints Day, The Day of the Dead, and National Men Make Dinner Day. All Saints Day is a Catholic holiday that celebrates the followers of Christ, particularly those who have passed on into death (Crain, 2021).Continue reading “All Saints Day, Day of the Dead, & National Men Make Dinner Day”

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