Disney Trip for Adults

Disney Trip for Adults

By: Anna Trosper 6.21.18 Disney adult trips are fun; I do them all the time. Believe me, Disney is not just for kids! I have done adult trips with my husband, girlfriends and yes, even just me. Don’t get me wrong, I love coming to the most magical place on earth with the little ones, but I also LOVE to come without them. The first time I did an adult only trip it was with my husband. At first, I felt a little guilty about being there without...

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EXPERIENCE THE BRAND-NEW “UNIVERSAL ORLANDO’S CINEMATIC CELEBRATION” NIGHTTIME LAGOON SHOW BEGINNING THIS SUMMER

EXPERIENCE THE BRAND-NEW “UNIVERSAL ORLANDO’S CINEMATIC CELEBRATION” NIGHTTIME LAGOON SHOW BEGINNING THIS SUMMER

1 EXPERIENCE THE BRAND-NEW “UNIVERSAL ORLANDO’S CINEMATIC CELEBRATION” NIGHTTIME LAGOON SHOW BEGINNING THIS SUMMER Michael Aiello June 14, 2018 Share this post: Clique aqui para ler em Português  Haz clic para leer en Español Prepare to experience a brand-new nighttime lagoon show that’s a great new way to cap off an exciting day in the parks. “Universal Orlando’s Cinematic Celebration” will debut...

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How to become one of the Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom!

How to become one of the Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom!

By: Christina Szewczuk 6.19.18 A few years back, I discovered a fun new interactive card game in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. It is called “Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom!” You are given cards and a map (which make a great free souvenir!), you are trained (short instructional video), and then you are off on your magical adventure to save the Magic Kingdom from being taken over by Hades and his Dark Magic. You play the game all around the...

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Transportation at Disney

Transportation at Disney

By: Susie Swanson 6.14.18 I love Disney – all things Disney! But if there is one thing that makes me a little nutty it is the BUSES! The buses serve as a good way to move a large number of people within Walt Disney World. I understand they have to be able to move as many people as possible in the most effective way. However, I always suggest to my clients to consider staying at a resort that has access to other modes of transportation in...

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4 Things I Learned From The Rescue Team (SeaWorldCares.com)

4 Things I Learned From The Rescue Team (SeaWorldCares.com)

*Photo Courtesy of SeaWorldCares.com This one’s personal. First off: I never, ever forget how extremely fortunate and lucky I am to work alongside SeaWorld San Diego’s Rescue Team. I love sharing their stories of rescue, rehabilitation and return with fans just like you. Honestly, if there’s something that’s truly real amazing, it’s this team. It’s easy to see. A rescued sea lion rehabilitating at SeaWorld San DiegoI consider...

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Hibachi On The High Seas

Hibachi On The High Seas

By: Sari Palmeri 6.12.18 One of my favorite things to do on a cruise is eat. The food is amazing, the desserts are yummy and there are self-serve ice cream machines. When you are on a cruise you definitely are never left hungry. I had a group cruise on the Norwegian Breakaway and my kids love going to the buffet. They feel “older” because they walk around and see what they want to eat. It’s a great place to get kids to try something new...

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It is Me: Advocating for the Mentally Ill

It is Me:  Advocating for the Mentally Ill

#ItIsMe By Shellie Wylie Published June 9, 2018   This week we saw two high profile individuals commit suicide.  This week the CDC also released shocking numbers regarding the increase of American suicide rates over the past two decades.   This week is when I decided It Is Me who can do something about it.   #ItIsMe who has been and continues to be affected by mental health issues.   #ItIsMe who has witnessed first hand the...

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