This year seems like a strong year for people to rally behind making Halloween a day that people can party to and kids don't have to go to school after a sugar high.

There are movements across the country by communities to move Halloween to the last Saturday of the month in order to keep kids safer. Some say it's also for bars and other establishments to make some money.

It makes sense, kids won't be tired the next day after celebrations, and it's easier on parents to be able to have the whole day, rather than after sports practice and work.

What do you think? Some small towns and communities have been quietly doing the move already. Would it make life that much easier or is it a better idea to stick with tradition? I know, most people are afraid of change. The whole world settled on the birth of Christ as December 25th, even though some of the writings and stories say otherwise. Was it so It would fit on the calendar?

How do you feel? Leave a comment.