I used to do a little thing called a Weekly Round-up on my blog every Sunday, where I’d tell you what I’d been up to that week and basically let you snoop on my life. My life has become busier since then, which has meant that I don’t always have time to find photos and write up my highlights to share. Now I feel a bit out of touch with you all, so I’m going to bring it back. Hopefully it won’t be for one week only!
I’m back off my Disney Cruise and life at home and work doesn’t quite compare to living on the Disney Magic. After counting down to a holiday for so long, I always come home feeling a little bit empty. Of course there are all the happy memories to look back on, but what next?
I get this after every holiday, so I’m used to dealing with it. Here are my top tips to get over the post-holiday blues.
I’m home! My holiday highlight of the year is over, and all is left are the photos, souvenirs, and videos waiting to be turned into vlogs. What a trip it was. From getting lost in Barcelona to the absolute perfection of the Disney Magic, I can honestly say that I enjoyed every minute. Normally trips flash by in the blink of an eye, but I properly made the most of this holiday.
Here are some of my highlights.
Disney Channel kindly invited me to their launch event for new show, Andi Mack, in late August. I was so happy to go along, especially when I heard that crafts were involved. The thing that particularly caught my attention was that this new show is by the creators of Lizzie McGuire, which was one of my favourite programmes growing up. Who didn’t love the Lizzie McGuire movie? And I am very pleased to say that Andi Mack has the same heart and fun plot as this classic.
Watch the vlog to find out more about what the event was like and what I think of Disney Channel’s newest show.
Halloween is a fan-favourite season at Disney World in Florida, and last year I discovered just why that is. The decorations and themeing are fun, but the real highlight is Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, also known as MNSSHP. It’s an exclusive party where fewer people are allowed in Magic Kingdom and lots of special Halloween-themed events take place and rare characters pop up. All this good stuff does mean that there is quite a big admission fee, and it gets more expensive closer to Halloween. The events run from late August to very early November, so check ahead to find tickets if you’ll be in Florida around these times.
The party only lasts from 7pm to midnight, so there’s a lot to fit into a short amount of time. I’ve got together my top tips to help you make the most of your night at the Halloween party. I hope it helps!
If you have any questions, be sure to leave a comment.