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Walt Disney World Part 2: Dining and FastPass+ Reservations

  This post is finally live!! Thanks for the patience -- I traveled for work this last week, and after sitting in conference sessions for 8+ hours, I’m generally pretty much on brain-overload! (How do we expect our children to learn that way?! Ugh - another topic for a different day…) And honestly y’all - this anti-blog is for FUN for me, so I’m going at my own pace ;) Before we dig in, I have to congratulate Rebecca Simpson for being the winner of the Disney ears! Thanks to ALL of you who have subscribed so far and were entered to win. Keep an eye out for another Disney giveaway at the end of this series!   Today’s post...

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Walt Disney World Part 1: The Planning (for first-timers with 3 littles)

Drumroll please… the much anticipated Walt Disney World (WDW) blog series is here!!   This entire “Solidarity, Sister: The Anti-Blog” is about creating a vulnerable, authentic community for women, and while this may not be a super “deep” series, hey, I gotta give the people what they ask for: allllllll the tips and tricks about planning a trip to Walt Disney World for the first time, especially when you have littles in tow! This series will be broken up in 6 parts: The Planning - part 1 The Planning - part 2 - dining and FastPass+ reservations The Packing Departure day: our travel experience flying and arriving at Disney Our review of our resort, Disney Beach Club The Parks And...

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How Marco Polo and a Trip to Disney Inspired This Anti-Blog

A few months ago, I convinced a group of my BFFs to start using the app Marco Polo to keep in touch. (Don't know what Marco Polo is? I'm finding less people know about it than I think - haha - t’s a video walkie-talkie app where you can record a video with no time limit and send to friends. You can create groups, use some filters, but for me it’s a great way to connect with friends that’s more private than Instagram or Facebook.) And then a few weeks ago, my family took our first trip to Disney World. It’s funny... two life events that, on the surface, don’t appear to be connected at all, have the ability to...

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