You’ve seen them all over Twitter. The bloggers who have weeks, or even months, of blog posts scheduled in advance. The ones that spend a whole Sunday taking blog photos and editing them. Whenever I see this, I feel incredibly impressed, and then I always wonder where I’m going wrong. But I don’t think that being a blogger who plans ahead is always the best thing to do, and here is why.
It’s now been a year since I got out my Canon G7x and vlogged our whole two-week Walt Disney World trip in October 2017. I felt pretty clueless back then. I didn’t know how much footage I was really filming or how to split between shots of what is happening and talking to the camera.
I like to think I’ve become slightly less clueless since then (which is a bit of a shame, as that first ever Disney vlog was my most viewed of all time – I kinda wish it was one I was more proud of). In fact, there’s a lot that I’ve learned through a year of vlogging.
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.
Finding the perfect outfit for exploring a new city while travelling is always a struggle. I always look for something that will be comfortable, but is also more interesting than a standard t-shirt or tank top with a trusty pair of shorts. It’s so great to be able to look at a piece of clothing and have it remind you of a specific time and place, and that is exactly what I did in Rome this year.
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.