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How To Survive Disney Withdrawal

It is hard for me to admit that I do not have a Disney trip planned unit January 2016. During that trip, I will be participating in my first Walt Disney World Marathon and Castaway Cay Challenge. So to say the least it is a big trip. However, I will admit to being said that I will not be going to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival, and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.

I have come up with ways to cope with Disney withdrawal:

movies

Watch Disney movies – Disney movies always put me in a good mood.

Talk Disney with my nephew – At the age of three he will talk Disney with his Tee Tee. He will list his favorite rides, show facial expressions of him on the rides, and explain how his MagicBand works.

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Plan future Disney trips – At the time of this post, I will be going to Walt Disney World in January, February and April. ADRs (Advance Dining Reservations) have been made for two trips and FastPass choices have been discussed. I confess that I am a planner and planning is in my blood.

Office supplies

Utilize Disney in my daily life – I do this by using a Disney coffee mug every day. I also use Disney stickers, sticky notes, and pens.

Disney withdrawal should be written in a medical book for others to understand us Disney-addicts. It is not fun, but having some sort of Disney-fied activity, future trip, or even talking Disney, does help. What do you do that helps ease the Disney withdrawal for you?

Elantrice H.

3 Comments

  1. Disney withdrawal is real! Using a Disney mug everyday helps. Sometimes I’ll open old photos and edit them or listen to one of the WDW soundtracks!

  2. Ahhhh…I know you’re having serious withdrawal issues! I love your Disney posts. They truly take me away to a magical, far-away land where I wish I could be in that moment. Thanks for always sharing!

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