Disney Savings · Disney Vacation Planning

Disney Money Saving Tips: Go To Disney Next Year!

Disney Money Saving Tips I love figuring out ways for people to go to Disney World for cheaper than they think is possible.  Today I come to you with a savings plan to get you to Walt Disney World next year!  This plan is easy to stick to, and will get a family of 4… Continue reading Disney Money Saving Tips: Go To Disney Next Year!

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Disney Holidays · Favorite Things

2016 Disney Holiday Gift Guide: Disney Home Edition

Adding a little Disney Magic to your home is one of my favorite ways to get in a happy mood when I am in between trips to Disney World. While I love Disney “stuff” around my house, and have my fair share of Hidden Mickey’s in my house, I do not have an unlimited budget,… Continue reading 2016 Disney Holiday Gift Guide: Disney Home Edition

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Disney Holidays · Favorite Things

2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Lego Disney Edition

Sure, you could buy your kid a Lego Cinderella Castle for $500, but let’s be honest, we are all on a budget this Holiday Season! If you are using my tips and tricks to save for a Disney Vacation in one year, then you are on a tight budget.  Disney has collaborated with Lego to… Continue reading 2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Lego Disney Edition

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Disney Vacation Planning

Disney’s Mousekeeping 101

All Hotels have housekeeping, but Disney Resorts have special cast members who work in “Mousekeeping”.  They clean up your room for you, and make your Disney World vacation even more magical! They try very hard to make your stay more magical by using what you have in your room to “Disney up” your room.  You… Continue reading Disney’s Mousekeeping 101

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