Enjoy today’s signs seen around Disneyland and California Adventure.
I am someone who does not like Halloween. I don’t like dressing up. I don’t like buying candy and giving it out to the neighborhood kids. I use just put it in a bowl and leave it on my front step. However, at Disney, that all changes. I’ve been to two Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Parties. I dressed up for one. I didn’t for other because it was too hot to be in costume. Disney, in my opinion, does a great job with the Halloween party. They turn Halloween into a fun event compared to all the work I have to put in at home to make Halloween enjoyable.
I ran this post a couple of years ago when the blog was in its infancy. Now, it’s due for an update.
Food and Wine Festival is a very popular, if not EPCOT’s most popular, event during the year. How can the guest best enjoy the festival and spend all of their time waiting in line, not having food spills, and keeping the kids happy? Continue reading Food and Wine Festival – Tips
In December 2015, I went on the first major diet in my life. My weight was finally reaching the point where it was starting to impact my daily life so both my wife and I decided to do something about it. The diet consists of a lot of portion control and a slight increase in exercise. Since December, I have lost 60 pounds and six inches off my waist. This post is not to discuss the pros and cons of dieting and my success while on this diet. It’s to discuss how to diet and go to Disney. I have a work trip scheduled for September and a family vacation to Disney scheduled December. These will be my first trips to Disney while on this diet. So, what are some ways that you can diet (or at least not gain weight) while on a Disney vacation?