My Disney Resolutions

Here are my New Year’s Resolutions:

  1. Get in shape… Because a trip to Walt Disney World requires a lot of walking
  2. Stop Procrastinating… And start planning my next Walt Disney trip
  3. Start saving money… For my next trip to Walt Disney World
  4. Meet new people… Especially Disney characters
  5. Travel more and see the world… Walt Disney World
  6. Read more… About all things Disney

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Disney’s Free-Dining Bandwagon

Before jumping on the Free-Dining bandwagon, make sure you have weighed the cost against the value. I suggest researching all you can, starting with this overview of the history and considerations of Disney’s Free Dining offer. And remember, a travel agent who specializes in Disney vacations is there to assist you.

I started planning my next Disney World Vacation by calling Jennie Nowers. When the Cool Summer Savings were released, Jennie was up early applying these savings to my trip, which saved me 15% on the price of my resort stay. I did not need to do a thing. Tell her that The Mature Mouse™ sent you and receive a special gift from Jennie with your next booking.

Please visit The Mature Mouse™ store for logo merchandise. Many of the items would make outstanding additions to your vacation gear and attire.

Storybook Radio

A few days ago, I teased some big news was on the horizon, and that big news has indeed hit – I will be joining the White Dragon Podcast Network with my very own Walt Disney World show – Storybook Radio. Each episode will consist of a Walt Disney World segment and Universal Studios segment, as well as travel tips and other odds and ends. I’m very excited about this project, and the debut episode will air Wednesday May 13.

All about Free Dining

Long time readers will know that I’m a fan of free dining and have experienced the joys of it twice. There is a lot of conflicting information out there about the pros and cons of Free Dining, so hopefully I can help out a little with that now. Free Dining was announced Monday, so it may be difficult to secure now anyway, but it’s always worth…

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