Your Fall-Time Walt Disney World Packing Guide

Seasons in Florida are not that dramatic, one of the reasons Walt Disney chose the Florida location. But with the steamy summers behind us, even Fall’s slight changes are appealing. With milder temperatures and the kids back in school, it certainly makes for a perfect trip. So pack accordingly!   Clothes – Fall in Florida can still be hot. You’ll still need shorts, t-shirts and even swim suits. But now you’ll really need to toss a light jacket or sweater into the mix. For a great list of packing lists, click here.  Rain – Fall, while a bit drier than Continue reading Your Fall-Time Walt Disney World Packing Guide

15 Days Out From Your Disney Trip: What Have You Forgotten?

I obsess and plan. And I plan and obsess. And then I just throw up my hands and leave it to the universe that my trip will go without a hitch.

And the universe laughs.

Invariably, something is forgotten.

Stop the mail. Online check-in. Double check a hard to get dining reservation.

It’s always something.

There is so much to do to plan the perfect Walt Disney World vacation. If you’re two weeks out from your magical trip make sure you review this “last minute” check list before you go!
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The Disney Summertime Packing List

Packing for a trip to Walt Disney World can be a monumental task. If you’re not familiar with Florida weather or the parks themselves it can be downright intimidating. Aside from the usual short, shirts, skirts, underwear and standard toiletries, I’ve compiled a list of Walt Disney World Summer Necessaries to pack along in your suitcase. Adjust accordingly for your family’s ages, interests and individual needs. There is no perfect list for everyone. But maybe the items listed below will help complete YOUR perfect list! Insect Repellent – Disney is pretty good at keeping the bugs at bay. But if Continue reading The Disney Summertime Packing List

Declare Your Disney Resort Room A Clutter Free Zone!

Let’s face it. Most of our homes are a little bigger than 440 square feet (the average size of a room at the Grand Floridian, a deluxe resort.) Squeeze that down to the 260 square feet of the average value resort and you can get downright claustrophobic. To save a bit of money, our family of 5 stays in one room. With one bathroom. And with three “boys” and two “girls” (my daughter and I), the bathroom storage situation is not ideal. And the clutter? Drives. Me. Crazy. Here are some tricks we’ve learned over the years to help you Continue reading Declare Your Disney Resort Room A Clutter Free Zone!