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Yes We’re Two Grown Adults, Yes We’re At The Royal Table


So I’ll say it right from the start: we were two adults, traveling without kids, and we went to Cinderella’s Royal Table for dinner. Did I feel like I had to justify this to others repeatedly? Yes. Did I care? No, and I will tell you why. The first time I ate at Cinderella’s Royal […]


A Tale of The Daily Poutine and a Canadian


This born and raised Canadian was lucky enough to spend some time living in Orlando Florida.  Like anyone who moves to a different country, there are certain things I missed from home. The Canadian Pavilion could provide some relief but it was always nice to have more. You can imagine how excited I was when I […]


Experiences I Try to Avoid at Disney


As an introvert, there are a certain number of experiences and attractions I go out of my way to avoid when I visit Walt Disney World. I’ve always been an introvert; I’m more comfortable on my own than in a big crowd, and I don’t like drawing attention to myself. Of course, there’s more to […]


Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival at Home: Germany’s Apple Strudel


Hello Disney chefs and welcome to our second installment of Epcot‘s Food and Wine Festival recipes at home. Today, let’s create a crowd favorite from the Germany marketplace. Of course, we are talking about the flaky and sweet goodness of their Apple Strudel. There is a reason it’s probably the first food item that comes to […]


Disneyland vs The Magic Kingdom: Tomorrowland


Tomorrowland in the Magic Kingdom is my favorite land. We always start the trip off in Tomorrowland; it is full of promise and optimism for the future. Tomorrowland is one of those special places in Walt Disney World that makes you believe that truly anything is possible. I believe the land truly encompasses Walt’s optimistic […]


‘Boo to You!’ Bring the Halloween Party Home!


Our hearts are heavy! For the first time in four years, our family will not be able to attend Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. No need for tears, however. We have decided to bring the party home! Here are some ways you can also bring the party to your house.   Do the Disney Decorations First, there […]


My Experience Booking a Last Minute Disney Vacation


I didn’t initially plan on booking a Disney trip 140 days from my arrival date, it just sort of happened. It started when I tried to decide whether I would board a Disney Cruise this fall, or take a trip to Disney World. I checked the WDW website to see if there were even any openings for the Art of […]


The Disney Dining Decision


The latest update to the My Disney Experience app added some great features and capabilities when it comes to dining on your Disney vacation. You can now make a dining reservation, manage your dining credits, and even place your food order through the app. But does this new update help with the most difficult part of the […]


Disneyland vs. The Magic Kingdom: Adventureland


Adventureland Walk into Adventureland from the hub and you slowly start to hear the Main Street U.S.A. music drift away and the Adventureland music loop get louder. The foliage starts to change, as if you are in a distant jungle. Look down at your feet and you realize even the ground has changed and the walkway […]


Taking On Disney with Fibromyalgia


I’ve suffered from fibromyalgia and lupus since I was in the sixth grade. I managed to navigate Disney World shortly after my diagnosis with little problems. I also handled Disneyland five years ago with only a couple of health related hiccups. Now, I’m returning to Disney World nearly 14 years after my first trip, and […]