Making Disney Doable

How to make Disney doable for you

Yes Disney is Doable!

Our family enjoying the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney's Hollywood Studios. (Photo Credit: Lynn Wiltse)

Our family enjoying the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. (Photo Credit: Lynn Wiltse)

I’m beyond excited to be here sharing my tips and tricks to make Disney doable for your family.  Please feel free to leave questions in the comments and I’ll answer there or it may even become the feature of a future blog post!

We’ve all heard and seen the families having a melt down because they didn’t know what they were getting themselves into and are now trying to cram plans for a ten day trip into the three days they have to spend at Walt Disney World.  Don’t be that family!! Let me help you not be that family!  First and foremost when even starting to think about a Disney vacation is determining what your goals are for the trip.  They’re different for each person who steps onto that magical property (and honestly they may change several times during your trip!).  Only you know your family’s likes and dislikes, limitations or energy level.  Think about all these different things when looking at parts of your vacation like where you’re going to stay or how long you’ll be visiting the parks.  Examples of a goal for your trip could be making a “must do” list for the parks you’re visiting with three to five things on the list or making time for a nap or rest every day during the trip.  Don’t bog yourself down making goals and lists – keep things fluid.  As soon as you’re in the parks, you’ll learn that plans need to be able to change quickly based on crowds, your kid’s reaction to characters or attractions, weather or moods to name a few examples.

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