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It’s finally September, which means summer is gone and it’s officially acceptable to start stocking up on Halloween decorations. 

This year, Trader Joe’s has something we just couldn’t keep to ourselves — a cute planet of a skeleton doing yoga. 

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The in-store only decor is only $6 and is a necessity for spooky plant moms everywhere. The figures are seen with their legs crossed and some small greenery sprouting out of their dead heads. You can see what they look like below. 

 

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Trader Joe’s isn’t the only place where you can get some cute yoga-themed skeleton decor this fall.  Michaels is selling skeletons put in various yoga poses that we absolutely need. Check them out here and see them below.

More Halloween news

Freeform released the schedule for their iconic 31 Nights of Halloween. It’s still August and we couldn’t be more excited for Halloween.

It’s truly the greatest time of year. The weather is perfect, the leaves are beautiful and the world is spooky.

The scare-tacular 31 Nights of Halloween is a staple during autumn and due to popular demand, went from a mere 13 days of horror to the full month of scares.

This year, the main staple for the schedule is everyone’s favorite witch trio, Hocus PocusWhich airs an astounding 27 times.

But, some new faces have made their way into the long-running tradition. The Scream trilogy, as well as The Simpsons’ “Treehouse of Horror” are making their 31 Nights debuts.

A partial schedule can be seen in Freeform’s Instagram post below and a full schedule can be viewed here.

Yes, it’s a bit confusing as to why Iron Man is on there, but given the rest of the lineup, we’re not complaining.

What do you think of the decorations? Sound off in the comments down below!

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