It’s not too late! There are still rooms available during the Christmas Holiday Season (early November – first week of January) at Walt Disney World. Should you go? Yes! Abso-Mickey-lutely! Without a doubt, the holiday season is my favorite time at the World. The Christmas decorations are up. The weather is dryer. And the crowds can be at a minimum. My birthday happens to fall in the first week of December, so for my 40th my husband suggested we go. We had been at various other times of the year, but never for my birthday. We were homeschooling our daughter, Continue reading Should You Go To Disney World During The Christmas Season? Abso-Mickey-Lutely!
First, I am not a doctor. I just play one when my kids are sick. (And not very well, according to them – but that’s for another post.) So, take any of this advice with a grain of salt. Okay. With a few grains of salt, because my husband and close family members are in the health care industry and I’ve been to Disney World in and under all kinds of weather. If you’re like me, the anticipation of arriving at such a magical place can wreck havoc on your regular routine. When your routine is wrecked, your immune system can follow. Continue reading Staying Healthy During Your Walt Disney World Vacation
For some, Disney World is a once in a lifetime trip. For others, (like me) a regular trip to Walt Disney World is as much a necessity as eating, drinking and breathing. But how can people afford to go on a regular basis? Or at all, with a limited budget? 1. Store promotion discounts – We signed up for a Target Debit card. We get 5% discount on all of our purchases, and that includes Disney gift cards. It all comes directly out of our checking account, just like a regular debit card. Other chain grocery and warehouse stores will Continue reading A Dozen Ways To Do Disney World On A Budget
Our free decal just arrived and I just had to share. Disney is offering a free “Show Your Disney Side” decal to anyone who wants to create their own masterpiece. No shipping. No handling charges. Absolutely free! You can put it on your car, scrapbook or, if you’re OCD like me, on your vacation planning binder. I wish you could get more than one because I just heard of someone using it for their countdown calendar. What a great idea! You can dress your family characters in Mickey ears, Donald hats, pirate and princess garb, eating turkey legs and Dole Continue reading Show Your Disney Side! With A Free Decal!
Okay. Funny story. My kids and I were recently enjoying an evening at Walt Disney World. One of our favorite tricks is to enjoy the rides while everyone else is enjoying the evening parade or fireworks display. Racing from ride to ride in Fantasyland we see “Ariel’s Grotto.” “Ooooo!” my 21-year old daughter squealed, “Let’s ride! There’s no line.” Her 10 and 11-year-old brothers groaned. Me? I was caught up in the moment and the fact that we had just ridden about 5 attractions in the past 40 minutes. I was looking forward to making it 6. My excitement caused temporary amnesia. I mixed up Under Continue reading Best Tips For The Best Character Interactions At Walt Disney World