Even bloggers need a vacation and by the time you read this, I’ll be most of the way through my weeklong Disney vacation. We usually go for a week every February for several reasons:
- The weather isn’t blazing hot.
- The crowds are low (relatively speaking).
- It’s low season (in terms of accommodations).
- We really, really need a break right smack in the middle of winter.
But to make it a real vacation, I shouldn’t have to write while I’m gone, right? So instead, I thought I’d share some of my favorite Disney posts from over the years for your reading pleasure.
Last year at this time, we seemed to be experiencing snow that would NEVER melt. It was like the eternal winter that Elsa had wished upon us all. Turns out a trip to Florida right smack in the middle of February was just what we needed.
If I had to pick one thing I’d rather be doing than spending a week at Disney, it would be sailing around on Disney Cruise Lines enjoying the warm Caribbean waters and sun.
On my third visit to Disney, I was practically an expert ready, willing, and able to share my experience with fellow Disney vacation planners. This was the result.
This is when I’m glad I’m a blogger and I document everything. It’s kind of nice to see my family over the years with Disney as our baseline. And we know there are many more years to come.
There’s no doubt that a visit to Disney is a thinly veiled sociological experiment. I’ve made observations on parenting but what really caught my eye (or my camera) was this sad sight in the Epcot parking lot one night.
And if you’re a blogger and your interest is more focused on the Disney Social Media Moms Conference, I’ve got you covered there too.
And if you can’t get enough Disney, I’m predicting that my Instagram stream will be full of all things Disney so be sure to check out my snapshots.