It’s not unusual for a Disney World forecast to be plastered with a variety of weather conditions that could potentially have an impact. Here’s info to help you plan.
Ever considered going to Disney World by yourself? Zach did, and today he has the pros and cons of solo trips.
There are lots of different ways to contact Disney World to make various types of reservations. Here’s how and when to book just about anything.
How to prep for the miles-per-day of walking at Disney World, and how to handle your feet during your trip.
Planning a Disney World trip is overwhelming at first. Here’s an infographic with the steps to help you get started.
No destination is quite as difficult or fun to plan as Disney World. Here’s info for a Disney World binder with links to downloads that you can use to create your own.
Hate that nagging feeling that you’re forgetting something on your trips? We all do. That’s why I put together this huge packing list to help you remember.
When we went on our recent trip to Orlando, I posted pics on the Facebook Page throughout the trip and many people told me they thought it was cute that my big kids still liked having me pack a travel bag to keep them busy en route. The truth is that I did these bags when they were little and then stopped once they got older because I figured they could handle keeping themselves busy. They could but….they really missed having me surprise them on each trip. Here are some ideas by age group that you might like to help
(Article last checked: April 11, 2016) In years and years of planning Disney World trips, I’ve made some mistakes. And you will too. You can read and read to plan your trip but some of what you learn will be gained just by going there and figuring some things out on your trip. Here are 5 mistakes I’ve made while planning trips to Disney World.
(Article last checked: April 11, 2016) There might be a million different souvenirs you can buy at Disney World (and I’m convinced 90% of those are located at the World of Disney store in Disney Springs) but for brevity’s sake, I’ve pared it down to a list of 20 items I think you’ll like. Some general advice on souvenir shopping: buy it when you see it, you may not see it again. There are lots of items unique to a location and there’s a chance you won’t come across it later. If you’re staying on-site, you can send gifts back
(Article last checked: April 11, 2016) When people sign up for the email list, they automatically get an email from me asking them to reply with their trip planning concerns. The number 1 thing that people email me is that they feel overwhelmed (number 2 thing is that they just want their kids to have fun). I have a confession: some years ago when we were planning our first trip to Disney World, I emailed somebody on a Disney site and it said this (I had to dig through really old emails to find this snippet): I am interested in
(Article last checked: April 11, 2016) In order to do everything you want to do on your Disney World trip, you need to start planning more than 6 months in advance. Of course, not everybody has that much notice on their trips, so they have to figure out how to plan on a shorter schedule. Here is the ideal planning timeline as well as what you can do if you are running short on time.
(Article last updated: April 11, 2016) No matter how much research or planning you do, there will be things that surprise you on your first trip (and your second and third and…). Here are 10 things you might not know if you’re planning your very first trip to Disney World.