Tag Archives: Planning

The Traveling Lifestyle: Make Time for Magic

The world in which we live today moves faster than ever. Children grow in a technologically distracting environment, able to focus less on becoming who they are and more on how to participate in the latest craze. Not necessarily because they want to, but because it has become socially unacceptable not to. The label of […]

Disney Cruise Line’s Castaway Cay Cabana Couples Massage

Really want to just get away and dive into vacation mode? Maybe a relaxing massage might do the trick! Tyler and I tried the Cabana Couples Massage on Castaway Cay while cruising on the Disney Dream, and let me tell you — what an experience! We got off the ship and took the tram to Serenity Bay, […]

When the Disney Dining Plan Makes Sense

When you’re planning a Walt Disney World vacation there are four major areas of cost that you always have to consider: Travel, Resort, Park Tickets and Food. While there are many opinions on what resorts are the best, when and how to get to Orlando and how many days of park tickets are best for […]

From Character to Costume: 20 MNSSHP Group and Solo Costume Ideas

Welcome, foolish mortals. For those of you unaware, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is right around the corner. This means it’s time for all of you ghouls and gals to find a great costume! Now whether you’re going with your family, friends, or even solo, finding a costume idea can sometimes be a hard decision […]

Five Must-Do’s on Your Disney Cruise

5) The Sail Away Party and See Ya’ Real Soon Show Immediately following the mandatory lifeboat (or muster) drill, head direct to the pool deck for the Sail Away Party! This is the perfect way to kick off your vacation. Mickey and his pals will have your entire family even more excited for everything that […]

4 Reasons to Do Your Disney Homework

Bernard is a free spirit. Bernard goes where the wind takes him. Bernard is going to show up to Walt Disney World for the first time and experience it as it unfolds in front of him. He has enjoyed his local theme park dozens of times and figures it’s pretty much the same. So Bernard […]

Weekly World Forecast: April 20-26, 2018

Everyone knows planning a trip to Walt Disney World can be time-consuming. For some, it’s a passion project to work out all the details, but for many others, planning a Walt Disney World vacation can feel daunting. We know at The DIS that your vacation should be a time of relaxation and family bonding. When I […]

Why Planning Your Disney Vacation Can Be Half the Fun

How many days until your next Disney vacation? Whether it is three days, three weeks — or hell, three years — I think there is a reason to be excited! There is so much to see and do at Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, and Disney Parks around the world, so it is never too […]

Know Before you go at Walt Disney World this Year

  Holiday parties, culinary events, marathons, and more – Walt Disney World has mastered the ability to keep a full schedule and fill the parks throughout the year. No longer can you expect empty theme parks in January and September. Disney has planned some amazing opportunities throughout the year, and guests are responding favorably by […]

The DISboards Top 10 Threads of 2017

With 2018 well underway, it’s the perfect time to share our top ten trending threads for 2017! 10. Hurricane Irma Started by “Lilly0704” Theme Parks Community board 2017 had a pretty crazy hurricane season, so it’s not a huge shocker to see the discussion about Hurricane Irma in the top ten! This thread provided a lot of […]