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This blog is NOT affiliated with nor sponsored by the Walt Disney corporation. All my thoughts are my own, and not from Disney. 

Hello and thanks for visiting!

My name is Anne, and I’m a Disney superfan: I love Disney movies, TV, toys, parks, cruises, and so much more! This is my opinionated guide to Disney World. Other guides to Disney World try to be impartial and cover everything, with the result that they don’t cover much at all. They don’t cover which are best rides, the must-have experiences, or the little details that make Disney World so magical.

Like many of you reading this guide, I’m a “Type A” planner: Half the fun in a Disney World Trip is planning out the day, selecting what rides and meals to have. It’s a good trait, because Disney World rewards planners. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve been in Disney World and seen guests turned away from restaurants because they didn’t have a reservation. Meanwhile, I saunter in because my reservation was made early. Going to Disney World with a plan in place means that you will be better prepared than 90% of visitors.

In this guide, I’m going to synthesize my experiences to help you build the perfect Disney World vacation. I frequently visit Disney World; in the times I’m not in the World, I’m constantly reading Twitter, watching YouTube, and glued to news services for every last drop of Disney magic.

In the Magic Kingdom fireworks show, Happily Ever After, the narrator says at the end: “And so our journey comes to an end. But yours continues on. Grab a hold of your dreams and make them come true. For you are the key to unlocking your own magic. Now go. Let your dreams guide you. Reach out and find your Happily Ever After.” This is my Happily Ever After, being able to write about Disney World and all it does.

I really hope you love my Disney World guide, and that you share my love of Disney!

Thanks for reading, and have a lovely vacation!