A Non-Disney Amusement Park, Through a Disney Fan’s Eyes 

Hello, Disney Friends! Last week, I went to a non-Disney theme park that is around two hours from where I live. No, actually, I meant an amusement park… There is a difference, of course! Most of the time I was thinking of Disney. I was constantly comparing everything there to Walt Disney World and how Disney would make everything so much better! So, here we go! This is how a Disney fan who visits the Disney Parks nearly ever year sees a non-Disney amusement park…

You show the worker your ticket, and as you do, you think how at Disney, it is exciting to scan your MagicBand.  You wish you were about to enter a Disney Park and not a crappy amusement park. 

You absolutely have to use a map because you have no idea where everything is, but at Disney, you don’t need a map at all because you know your way around like it is the back of your hand. 

You take a picture by the sign at the park, but you wish Cinderella’s Castle was in the background. 

Every time you go on a ride, you are constantly comparing everything to Disney and how Disney does everything a million times better. On some rides, they seem like they are trying to copy Disney, but they really just did a crappy job on it. 

Also, the workers… They aren’t friendly like the Cast Members. They won’t go out of your way to help you. They aren’t always smiling. They won’t engage in conversation with you. At Disney, you are callled a guest, while at a non-Disney amusement park, you aren’t called a guest. Therefore, they won’t treat you like one. Disney and Chick-fil-A workers (even  though it is not a theme/amusement park) are the only people who know how to treat you well. 

The food is crap but still expensive. The food just reminds you of some food you get at the fair. You miss Disney food. 

You really wish that “FastPasses” were free here, but you absolutely won’t pay money to skip the lines. 

At the end of the day, you feel sick to your stomach because you rode a lot of rollercoasters, and you have an awful headache, too. You aren’t itching to go back, but instead, you are itching to go back to the most magical place on earth.

Walt Disney World (or Disneyland) is so much more than a theme park. Once you spend a day at a non-Disney amusement park, it just makes you want to go back to Disney even more. Don’t get me wrong me because it is fun to go to other amusement parks other than Disney. However, all I can say is that there is no other amusement/theme park that is as good as Disney because truly, Disney does it the very best. 

Have a magical day!



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Finally Answering Your Questions! 

Hello, Disney Friends! I hope everyone has had a great week so far! Tonight, I am finally going to be answering the questions I was asked a little more than a month ago! 

• The Animation Commendation:  What’s your least favorite animated Disney movie? Alice in Wonderland is definitely my least favorite because I think it is such an odd movie. 

• Marigold’s Musings: When’s your next trip to WDW? My next trip is going to be in March! I am so excited to see Happily Ever After and the World of Avatar! I can’t wait! It seems so far away until my trip, but on the bright side, I can make dining reservations in about two months! 

Do you ever theme what you’re wearing based off the Park your visiting? Yes, all the time! I think it is so fun! For example, when I went to Magic Kingdom in November, I wore my Cinderella Castle home t-shirt  paired off with my Belle ears from an Etsy shop since I was going to eat at Be Our Guest. 

• Tessa’s Meadow: What’s something you find aesthetically beautiful? Sunsets/sunrises 

Describe yourself using five words. Kind, thoughtful, funny, dreamer, and (sometimes) weird

  Do you like routines? It really just depends, but most of the time, I do. 

Something you are good at, and something you are bad at? I’m good at writing, and I’m bad at getting enough sleep.

 Do you like rain? I love it when it rains because it makes me feel cozy!

Jill: What are your top three attraction must do’s in each park?  Magic Kingdom- Splash Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Peter Pan’s Flight

 Epcot- Test Track, Soarin'(or now known as Soarin’ Around the World), and can the World Showcase count? 

 Hollywood Studios: Rock n’ Roller Coaster, The Great Movie Ride, and Toy Story Midway Mania

Animal Kingdom- Kilimanjaro Safaris, Kali River Rapids, and I wish I could say Expedition Everest, but I have never been on it before(I am going to on my next trip). 

Annie: What is your favorite non-Disney movie? My favorite movie rarely changes, but right now, it’s Wonder Woman. I have never been a fan of superhero movies, but this movie surprised me because I loved it so much!

  If you could be a Cast Member, what would you want your role to be, and where would you want to work? This is such a hard question! I would love to work in any of the following roles: merchandise, attractions, character attendant, or maybe food and beverage (it wouldn’t matter to me whether it was quick service or full service). My dream job at Disney would be working at Be Our Guest Restaurant or being a tour guide on The Great Movie Ride. 

Thank you to everyone who asked me these questions, and I hope to have more Q&A’s in the future!

Have a magical evening!



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Working Out, As Told by Disney Lyrics

I am that type of person who will set  an exercising goal for herself and then not accomplish that goal just because of a little laziness. When it hit 2017, I told myself I would exercise a lot and eat healthier, but I don’t think I have been doing a good job on that. Since it is summer break now, and I have a lot of time on my hands, I hope that I can start to make exercise a routine for me. I was inspired by my lack of exercising to write this post, so here is working out, as told by Disney lyrics for you! 

 • “With all the strength of a raging fire(I’ll Make a Man Out of You)”  When you are starting your warm-up routine, you tell yourself you are super strong, and you can handle pretty much anything. 

“I know every mile will be worth my while(Go to the Distance)” You are starting to have a bit of doubt as you start to workout because you know you would rather be sitting at home, watching your favorite TV show, and eating your favorite junk food, but you also know that it will be worth it to exercise. It may not just be running; it could also be a more challenging exercise. 

• “Legs are required for jumping,dancing(Part of Your World)”  You are starting to grow tired, but you are reminding yourself that legs are meant to be used and not just for sitting on your butt and watching TV.

•  “Dazed and distracted, can’t you tell(Belle)?” You are starting to lose your motivation because you are growing very tired. 

• “For a long time, we’ve been marching off to battle(A Girl Worth Fighting For)” Okay, you have not literally been marching to battle, but you feel like you have been working out for a long time because you are so worn out.  

• “I’m never going to catch my breath(I’ll Make a Man Out if You)” You are officially done with your workout, and you are having quite a hard time catching your breath. 

• “A whole new world(A Whole New World)” Now, it is okay that you want to eat some junk food… 


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Guest Post: Top 5 Dating Places for Disney Fans 

I have another guest blog post, and this time it is from Stefan! He’s going to be talking about the top five dating places in Walt Disney World for Disney fans!


If you love Disney and everything it represents and want to incorporate it into your love life, then you’re not alone. There are countless adult who love Disney just as much as children do, and so having some Disney magic in your life is something many people seek out when they meet people online, and when they look to plan a trip, date or outing with their loved ones.
  There are so many mixed families that visit any one of the resorts, whether it’s in California, Orlando or even Paris. Luckily for single parents who are now in couples with children from both sides, there are great babysitting services in a daycare type settings so parents can relax and enjoy a night out without the little ones, and experience a little Disney magic of their own. Like all of the resorts the parks offer romantic a la carte dining, which can bring some romance back in your night after a long day of being with the kids and enjoying the park and its activities.

 Whether you are looking for a place based on your favorite Disney animated classic, or a more formal seafood restaurant by the waterside, or a French restaurant inspired by your favorite Disney character, these parks have it all. We’ve decided to review the top 5 dating places for Disney fans in Orlando since it’s the biggest resort and has the most on offer, so take a look and see what tickles your fancy, since there is a whole new world of fun to be had with your partner. We chose the top five that have the best atmosphere and menu which would be perfect to celebrate an anniversary, an engagement, a birthday or even Valentine’s.

 1. Monsier Paul – This little secret is located in the Epcot center of the resort and is one of the most romantic restaurants that Disney has on offer. It’s a romantic French environment tucked away down an alley in the France pavillion, which offer great French cuisine in a more slow paced and romantic atmosphere. The bistro feel just adds to the ambiance.

 2.  Le Cellier Steakhouse- Located in the Canada section of Epcot, reservations literally need to be booked weeks in advance, since it’s so popular and the food is divine. It’s known for its infamous cheddar cheese soup, soft pretzel bread, and great steaks. After dinner, you can go outside of the restaurant and see the  fireworks that take place on the lake in the round called ‘Illuminations’ which is the best fireworks show that Orlando puts on. 

 3. Citricos – This is a Mediterranean gem, located in the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa and they specialize in local flavors and fresh seasonal ingredients that will transport you to Europe instantly. They have amazing sumptuous risotto, braised veal shank, pan-roasted chicken and oak-grilled filet of beef. And if you’re still hungry, for dessert, you can have warm chocolate-banana torte or the tropical fruit crème brûlée. It’s heavenly.

 4. ‘Ohana – If you want fireworks over dinner, literally then this is the restaurant to visit for a romantic night full of explosions. Both flavor explosions and those full of love, it will inspire the romance in you. It’s located at Disney’s Polynesian Resort, and it specializes in Hawaiin and Chinese influenced dishes like lo mein and pot stickers, skewers of shrimp, pork, beef, and chicken with exotic dipping sauces. But it’s the view that’s to die for.

 5. Victoria & Albert’s – This is a true sample of dining luxury. It’s made for special occasions and over the top presentations. It’s the crown jewel of the resort and is located in Disney’s premier hotel,the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa. The restaurant offers has a six-course prix fixe meal to be enjoyed and indulged in to the fullest extent.

 So, for those who meet people online and want to go somewhere special, before you plan your next date, consider the Orlando resort. And take into consideration our top 5 dating places for Disney fans, and make your night unforgettable.

  Be Our Guest is another great place to eat at for Disney fans! 

A Disney Birthday Haul 

Hello, Disney Friends! My birthday was last month, and since all my family members know how much I love Disney, they got me some Disney things! At the moment, I am really wishing I was at Walt Disney World, so why not do a Disney haul of all the Disney-themed things I got for my birthday? I am in no way bragging; I just thought it would be a fun post.

• Gaston Tsum Tsums:  Receiving these Tsum Tsums just made me want to start my own collection. I had no idea I was getting these, but they are so cute. 

Chip Tsum Tsum: I think he is the cutest of the Tsum Tsums I got!

Cogsworth Tsum Tsum: He is so cute, too! Lately, I have been putting my mini Tsum Tsum collection on my desk, and they look so cute on it.

Beauty and the Beast Pin: I don’t collect pins, but this pin is so pretty! I think it would look great on my purse. Some of my family members visited Disney World, and they got this pin for me because they know how much I love Beauty and the Beast. 

Minnie Mouse Mini Bag: I think this little bag would be great for holding some of my makeup brushes or even becoming my wallet since my wallet is kinda boring. 

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Mug: One side of the mug is the dwarfs, and the other is the Evil Queen in her hag form, and Snow White taking the apple from her. This mug has to be my favorite from the four of these! 

Mickey Mouse Mug: I love this mug because it shows how Mickey Mouse has changed over the years on both sides of the mug. 

Pinocchio Mug: On one side of the mug there is the Pinocchio book, while on the other side there is Pinocchio in his human form, Geppetto, and his pets. 

 • One Hundred and One Dalmatians: One side of the mug has Cruella de Vil, while on the other side is the Dalmatians. I have a problem because I am a little too obsessed with Disney mugs…

And that’s it! I hoped you liked this mini haul, and thanks so much for reading!

Having a magical day!



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Another Disney Tag! 

Hello, Disney friends! I know I have done quite a few tags on my blog in the past, but what can I say? I really love doing tags, especially Disney tags! So, today, I am going to be doing this fun Disney tag that I found on a YouTube channel. First, I would just like to give a quick reminder that I will be doing a Q&A, so please, click on this link and comment a question if you haven’t. Now, let’s begin…

1. Favorite scene in a princess movie? Oh, this hard… All of them are so good. I would say either the lantern scene in Tangled or when Belle and the Beast start to fall in love. 

2. Last Disney movie you watched? Zootopia 

3. Is your family Disney obsessed? Well, they are not as obsessed as me, but they are still obsessed! 

4. How many times have you visited the Parks? I don’t even know how many times I have gone to Walt Disney World, but I am guessing at least 14 times. I do know I have gone to Disneyland twice, but in total, I have visited the Parks at  least 16 times. 

5. Which Park is your favorite? Magic Kingdom has always been my favorite. I find it the most magical! 

6. Cinderella’s Castle or Sleeping Beauty’s Castle? Cinderella’s Castle, of course! Sleeping Beauty’s Castle just doesn’t give me the same feeling as Cinderella’s Castle. While Sleeping Beauty’s Castle is cute and charming, Cinderella’s Castle is so much more! 

7. Favorite animal-themed movie? I would have said Lady and the Tramp awhile ago, but now, I have to say Zootopia! When I went to see it for the first time, I did not think I would love it so much! It really surprised me how amazing it was! 

8. Would you get married/have your honeymoon in the Parks? YES, of course, I would get married in the Parks! That would be so amazing! I’m not sure I would want to have my honeymoon at Disney, though since I want to go to a place I have never been before for my honeymoon. 

9. If you could date one of the characters, who would it be and why? Flynn Rider all the way! He is so funny and really attractive! 

10. Favorite villain? My favorite villain changes all the time, but right now, it is Gaston because of the live-action movie. Luke Evans makes Gaston even more attractive then the animated. 

11. If you could have two characters from two different movies meet, who would they be and why? I have to say Belle and Jasmine because Jasmine is tired of being trapped in her palace, and Belle is tired of her boring town. They both want someone to understand them, so I think they could relate to each other. 

12. Have you ever met any of the characters at the Parks? My family usually does not meet many characters, but we have met several before. When I was younger, we used to meet them a lot, but now we don’t that much anymore. We have had some really great character interactions. I met Gaston during my last trip in November of last year, and it was so fun to meet him!

13. Favorite live-action Disney movie? Beauty and the Beast! Everything was amazing, and I am way too obsessed! I am so excited it is coming out on DVD tomorrow! 

14. Mickey or Minnie? Mickey!

15. Which Disney movie is overrated? Frozen. Honestly, I got tired of Frozen the year after it was released. Don’t even get me started about how I feel about Disney  releasing Frozen 2 in a couple years… 

16. Favorite Pixar movie? Either the Incredibles or Toy Story 2! 

17. Favorite sidekick? Hmm… Probably Sebastian or Pascal

18. Favorite Disney movie and why? Do I really have to answer this one? I have mentioned this too many times on my blog, but it’s Beauty and the Beast, obviously! I have always felt like I could relate to Belle because of my yearning of adventure and my love of reading. I also love the theme of the movie! 

I hope you enjoyed this post, and thanks so much for reading! I had fun answering these questions, and if you would like to see me answer more questions, please, leave me a question on the linked post. If you end up doing this tag, please, leave a link to your tag in the comments because I would love to see your answers! 

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Q&A Coming Soon… 

Hello, Disney friends! I am officially done with school and now finally on summer break! Obviously, I have been very busy this month because of the ending of school, but I am hoping to make it up by blogging a lot this summer! This post is going to be quick, but I thought I would just stop in quickly. 

Lately, I have been thinking how fun it would be to do a question and answer type of post. Please, note, that if I find your question super personal, I will not be answering that question because I don’t want to give out that type of information(Example: Where do you live?). You can ask as many questions as you like down below in the comment section. Whether it is about my  Disney obsession or anything else, ask down below! 

I will be doing a separate post  answering your questions, so keep a look out for that.  It may be a little while, depending on how long it takes for me to get a good amount of questions. 

I have some really fun posts coming your way, so keep a look out for those posts! Make sure to follow me on Instagram @pixiedusteddisneyfreak where I post fairly often and go like my Facebook page called The Pixie Dusted Disney Freak. 

Have a magical evening!


Disney Favorites: March and April 2017 

Well, hello, Disney fans…

I know it is has been awhile. If you wondered why I blogged a lot in March, and then, stopped all of a sudden, that was because I went back to school from a two week spring break. I am hoping to get in at least a couple more posts before I become really busy with the fourth quarter of school, but I am not sure since I have been very busy with schoolwork lately. Anyway, today, I am doing a different type of post I have never done before. I will be doing a  monthly favorites post, but it will be only my Disney favorites. I have had a lot of Disney favorites from both March and April, so I thought I would give this type of post a go and share a few things I have been loving lately.


• Beauty and the Beast(2017): As I am sure most of my readers know, I had been waiting and looking forward for the live action Beauty and the Beast for a long time! And when the opening weekend finally came, I was a little too excited! I loved it so much that I saw it again a few weeks later! I would go see it a third time even, but I don’t know if people would want to go see it a again with me… I could rant about this film, but I think I will just link my Beauty and the Beast review post in this post!  Check my review out HERE

Moana: I saw this in theaters in November, and then, I saw it again sometime last month. And, ugh… It’s SO amazing! I haven’t really gotten the chance to share all my thoughts on it, but I am hoping to soon. The songs, the characters, the plot… I could go on, but I love every single thing about this movie. One thing I especially love is that Moana has no love interests whatsoever, and she does not end up with a man in the end. This is a good thing because it teaches little girls you do not need a  man to make you happy. Moana is so unique because she finds happiness not through a man but by making her family happy and proud by saving the island.


• Beauty and the Beast Soundtrack (2017):  Shocker, right? Oh. My. Gosh. I am so obsessed with this soundtrack, and I mean every single song on it! I have listened to the songs too many times to count, but they never seem to get tiring. 

• Moana Soundtrack: Though I am not as obsessed with this soundtrack  as I am with the Beauty and the Beast soundtrack, I love it! I especially love How Far I’ll Go! 

I Won’t Say (I’m in Love) from Hercules: I have never seen Hercules before, but I came across this song one day and loved it! Now, after hearing a couple of the songs from Hercules, I really want to see the movie. 


• missshelbayy: I first discovered her channel when I was watching Disney College Program vlogs one day. Shelbay did the Disney College Program Spring Advantage 2016, and then, she extended her program until January of this year. Her vlogs are so entertaining, and it is so fun to watch her adventures! She got back from Disney a few months ago, and she continues making Disney videos, including DCP related, for her YouTube channel. I definitely recommend to check out her amazing channel that I enjoy so much! 

• Disney At Heart: Brittany and Jared are a married couple vlogging all their adventures at Walt Disney World,  giving advice for your Disney vacation, and more Disney related vlogs. Their channel is awesome, and I really enjoy watching their videos! 

 Social Media Accounts: 

joeyfromdisney(Instagram): Joey has just become a Cast Member at Walt Disney World at the Polynesian Resort, and it is so fun to follow along with his adventures! 

missshelbay(Instagram): Besides her channel, I have also been loving her Instagram account lately! She posts many photos of her year long Disney adventure.

And those are just a few of the things I have been loving in the last couple of months! Thanks so much for reading and for all the support I get for my blog!  Feel free to comment on this post, and please, go follow me on Instagram @pixiedusteddisneyfreak and go like my Facebook page

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Guest Post from Lights, Camera, Disney: Food Must-Do’s 

I have another guest post to share with you all! Today’s post is another post from Lights, Camera, Disney, except this time it is written by Julia! Again, please, go give their awesome blog a follow if you love all things Disney by clicking on the blue link above! Today, Julia will be talking about some food must-do’s at Walt Disney World! 
My family loves going to Disney World and one of our favorite experiences is trying the food. All throughout the parks there are restaurants and fun little stops with great food, so if you are planning a trip to Disney soon, here are some of my favorite food must-dos!

Magic Kingdom 

Dole Whip at the Sunshine Tree Terrace (Adventureland): This is everyone’s favorite and so refreshing on a hot day.

The Caesar Salad at Tony’s (Main St.): This is my sister’s favorite lunch item and it really is delicious!

The Grey Stuff at Be Our Guest (Fantasyland): Lumiere was right, it is delicious!


Fish and Chips at the Yorkshire County Fish Shop (UK): Best fish and chips!

Troll Horns at the Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe (Norway): I just have one word to describe these-Delicious!

Chicken Pot Stickers at the Lotus Blossom Café (China): These are really yummy and good for a quick snack.

Tea Slushies at Joy of Tea (China): These are really good and so nice on a hot day.


Tonga Toast at the Kona Café (Disney’s Polynesian Resort): We try to get this every trip because it is so delicious and very filling!

The Kitchen Sink at Beaches & Cream Soda Shop (Disney’s Beach Club Resort): This is so much fun to eat because you get to try a lot of different flavors of ice cream. Make sure you share!

Afternoon Tea at the Garden View Tea Room (Disney’s Grand Floridian): I know this isn’t a specific food item but it is such a fun experience, so I put it on here anyway!

Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom

Milkshakes at the 50s Prime Time Café (Echo Lake): These are absolutely amazing. Best milkshakes I have ever had!

The Warm Colossal Cinnamon Roll at the Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery (Africa): I have not tried these yet but from what I have heard of them, I know they deserve to be on this list!

I hope you enjoyed this post as much as I enjoyed writing it! And remember, I have just barely scratched the surface-there are so many other wonderful foods to try. So go get those Mickey ears, and have fun tasting your way through Disney!

See ya real soon!


What’s in my Disney Parks Bag? 

Hello, Disney Lovers! I am always the type of person to carry a purse or bag with me because I like to be prepared. One place I especially think is a good place to be prepared are the Disney Parks because you do not want to go back to the resort you are staying at just to get something. Today, I thought I would show you what is in my Disney Parks bag, so maybe it will give you ideas for things to bring! 

My Bag:

Excuse my dirty bag; it just needs a good wash(and no, it’s not really twisted like that). I got this cross-body bag at Disney Springs last year, and I think it is really cute! I don’t want to carry around a big purse or backpack, so this bag is the perfect size for me. It has a lot of compartments, so I find that it has a lot of places to put things in. It really just depends on the person on how big of a bag you need.  Here are the things I keep in my bag for when I am going to Disney: 

• Wallet

Even though my wallet was not meant for carrying phones, it holds my phone just perfectly. I have an iPhone SE, which is the size of an iPhone 5, so it fits easily. There are two compartments in my wallet, so I put my phone in one and my money in the other. 

• Cell Phone

This leads to my next point. Of course, you need your iPhone(or any type of cell phone you own) to use the MyDisneyExperience App, take a million photos, and make your friends and family jealous by posting photos on social media. Sometimes I even text them my photos. If I am at Walt Disney World(or Disneyland), you are going to be getting a lot of photos from me. Honestly, my friends have gotten use to the I-am-huge-Disney-freak type of thing. And my family. Well, most of them are Disney fans, too. 

• Hand Sanitizer 

I don’t know about you, but I won’t go to a Disney restroom just to wash my hands. The bathrooms are very crowded most of the time, and I like to save time. Before I eat or if I accidentally touch something gross, I just squirt some hand sanitizer on my hands, and I am good to go. 

• Mini Hairbrush  

When I am at the Parks, I do not want to get extra hot because of my long hair, so I prefer to put it up. My hair always gets a little messy, so I like to redo my ponytail with my mini hairbrush. 

• Sunglasses

I forget my sunglasses one time, and it was just awful. Try watching a parade without sunglasses to protect your eyes from the Florida sunshine. 

• Mini Makeup Bag

I bring smallish things with me, so I need a place to put them where I won’t lose them. Here are the things I bring in my mini makeup bag:

–  Ibuprofen

I always seem to get a little dehydrated on at least one of the days I am at Disney, so I find this a must because I get really bad headaches if I get dehydrated. 

– Extra Hair Tie

My hair ties always seem to break on me at the worst of times, so I like to have an extra. 

– Makeup

My makeup always seems to melt off my face, so if I get a chance to sit on a bench, or if I go to a restroom, I like to touch up my makeup. I try to bring mini products. I usually bring blush, eyeliner, maybe concealer, and some lipstick because I feel like those are the products that come off the easiest. 

– Feminine Products

Honestly, nothing to say here because you just got to be prepared, so… 

That is pretty much everything I bring. You might be like what about sunscreen, but I usually put it on before I go to the Parks(and I don’t find a reason to reapply because I am naturally very tan, and don’t get sunburned often). One thing I would suggest to bring is a portable phone charger because my phone always seems to die on me because I am constantly on my phone. I just have never gotten the chance to get a portable phone charger, but I am definitely planning on buying one for my next trip. 

What is in your Disney Parks bag? 

Have a magical day!



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