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From Planning your first trip to Disney World, to planning a Disney Cruise, I have tips and information for anything you might need!

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Four Toy Story Land Instagram Walls and Where to Find Them!

If you have been following #ToyStoryLand on Instagram than you probably know there are several Toy Story Land Instagram walls at the latest addition to Walt Disney World that are becoming quite popular. My friend Joyce over at Women and their Pretties posted about all of the places you need to take photos at Toy Story Land.  So if you are looking for more awesome photo opps than just just these walls, head to her site.

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Is the NEW Be Our Guest Dinner Experience at Walt Disney World Worth It?

My family and I visit Walt Disney World a lot and one of the dinners we never miss out on is one at Be Our Guest. When we found out they were changing their menu and experience to be similar to Cinderella’s Royal Table, we were skeptical. Instead of a larger menu, guests now will choose an appetizer, entree, and dessert from a smaller menu. There is also a fixed price – $55 for adults, and $35 for children. We decided to check it out during our most recent visit. Was it worth it? Read on to find out.

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Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Merchandise Now on Sale at Walt Disney World!

I know I am not the only one that is looking forward to Galaxy’s Edge (also known as Star Wars Land) opening at Walt Disney World (and Disneyland!). Ever since they started building, I do my best to get some sneak peeks while I am visiting Disney. Just this August, not only could I see a lot of the progress from the Slinky Dog Dash coaster in Toy Story Land, I found some of the merchandise already available for purchase!

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Ultimate Guide to the 2018 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Character Meet and Greets!

One of my family’s favorite Walt Disney World events to attend is Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. There are several reasons why, but the top one is all the amazing meet and greets that are really rare to find. Some of them are more popular than others, so you can expect to wait a long time. The character meet and greets change yearly, but I already attended the 2018 party. So here is my ultimate guide to the 2018 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party character meet and greets.

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10 Easy Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Costume Ideas!

As you probably know, my family and I are Disney Vacation Club members. We visit Walt Disney World at least twice a year, and one thing we are always planning our trips around is Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. This is something that I recommend every one attend at least once. One of my biggest tips for going is to dress up! Trust me, you will regret it if you don’t. We went as Tangled characters one year, which was a hit with all the characters – especially Rapunzel and Flynn Ryder (yup, you can meet the Princes during the party!). This year’s party is fast approaching and we ran out of time to create our own looks, so Amazon it is. In case you are a last minute planner like me, here are some quick and easy MNSSHP costumes ideas!

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Inside the Disney Vacation Club Resort: Polynesian Deluxe Studio | #DVCMember #Disney

About a year ago, my family joined the Disney Vacation Club. Our only regret is not joining sooner. Our home resort is the Polynesian and we just stayed there for the first time. To say that our trip was heaven is an understatement. Before this, we had never stayed at a monorail resort. What a difference this makes! Heading to Magic Kingdom and Epcot was ridiculously easy (you can even walk to the transportation center from the Polynesian in less than five minutes!). We ended up taking several breaks in the middle of the day because of the ease of heading back to our room.

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How To (Mostly) Stay on the Keto Diet at Walt Disney World | #Keto #Disney

As you likely know by now, I have changed my way of eating to a Keto lifestyle. It has been about two months know and I feel better than ever. I knew going in to this that I would be spending nearly two weeks (12 days) at the most magical place on Earth, Walt Disney World. Being Disney Vacation Club members allowed us to be able to escape this snowy, frigid, and downright depressing winter, and enjoy some fun in the sun. It is no secret that Disney is our favorite vacation spot – I mean, it is why we joined the DVC. But there are temptations everywhere for someone trying to cut out carbs – here is how I survived my extended Disney vacation on Keto!

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If You Love Good Food & Winnie The Pooh – The Crystal Palace Breakfast at Walt Disney World is A Must! | #Disney

If you haven’t figured out that we are a Disney family by now, there is probably no hope for you. Ha, just kidding. But honestly, we are Disney Vacation Club members and love going “home” two or three times a year. We have several must dos when we go, which includes rides, character meet and greets, and of course, restaurants. One that the entire family looks forward to every visit is breakfast at The Crystal Palace at Magic Kingdom.

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How to Enjoy Your Disney Cruise as a Couple (While Your Kids are with You!) | #DisneyCruise

If you are a Disney family, I highly recommend taking a Disney Cruise at some point. My family has been on two, so far, and are dying to go on another! Thanks to the Oceaneer Club and Lab, this can feel like a couples getaway as well as a family vacation. There is plenty for Disney fans of all ages to do on board and in port, including things for parents to do while the kids play at the Club. My girls barely wanted to leave – in fact, they fought with us a couple times when we said it was time for dinner. 

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17 Can’t Miss Meet And Greets at All 4 Parks in Walt Disney World | #DisneyPlanning #Disney

As I am sure you know, my family and I are Disney Vacation Club Members. We went so often that we decided it would make financial sense to join. Our only regret? That we didn’t join sooner. Because of this we tend to slow down a bit at the parks (however I honestly think we still move faster than the average Disney World goer). Some trips we tend to focus on the rides and the shows, and not as much on the meet and greets. That being said, there are a handful at each park that we try our hardest to make it to, no matter what our plans are. 

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