Walt Disney World is a big place… A VERY BIG PLACE. On a typically vacation you will walk as much as 20,000 steps a day. If you haven’t trained your body for that kind of punishment, you will be sorry by Day 2 when your feet will be screaming their revolt. Continue reading “Training For Disney”
Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE being at Walt Disney World. The rides… the shows… the food… the fun… all at the tip of your fingers. However, sometimes a relaxing break from the parks is just what the doctor ordered. And nothing says relaxation like a lazy beach day.
Snickerdoodles are a staple of the holiday season in our house. This is partly because cinnamon is such a perfect holiday flavor and partly because making cookies is a time-honored holiday tradition. But why not kick it up a notch with Mickey Mouse Snickerdoodles?! Because, let’s be honest, everything worth making is worth making Mickey-shaped. Am I right??
One of our favorite treats at Walt Disney World is Mickey Waffles. Typically, during every Disney vacation we sleep in late one morning and order Mickey Waffles from room service. It’s a great treat… especially the sleeping in part!
$75 for a round trip ticket to Florida!!! How can this be?
Continue reading “Spirit Airlines – Discount Airline or Rip-off?”
When setting sail on a cruise that stops in Nassau, Bahamas, you have a myriad of options for excursions. There is golf, snorkeling, scuba diving, jet and glass bottom boat tours, culinary tours and tours of Atlantis Resort & Spa. For our most recent voyage on Disney Cruise Line we decided to try the dolphin encounter at Blue Lagoon Island.
December is National Bingo Month. Beyond Grandma heading down to the local American Legion for bingo night every Monday, bingo has become a parent-saving pastime for long road trips. Hours can be wasted spent finding random objects on the side of the road.
Would you like to have a gourmet meal without the gourmet price or effort? If so, this stuffed chicken breast recipe is perfect for you. The great thing about this recipe is there are two ways prepare it. On the night I prepared this we had an uncharacteristic off night so I decided to bake it in the oven. However, for those busy nights this can also be prepared in a crockpot.
For this week’s #FoodFriday I have to say I am all fooded out. Turkey… Stuffing… Cranberry Sauce… Sweet Potatoes… UGH? If I never eat another pumpkin pie it will be too soon (until Christmas).
So let me introduce you to Hello Fresh.
Cranberry Salad is a Thanksgiving staple. However, not everyone is a fan of the tart flavor, especially the little ones. By adding some crushed pineapple with black cherry Jell-O this will be a family friendly cranberry salad your whole family will love.