I’m Reagan. A self-titled Disney Specialist. My story begins about 12 years ago, when my dad and I decided to road trip to Disneyland on a whim one summer.
I was single and almost 30, he was married to my mom and almost 70, and both of us were looking for a little adventure. That one summer road trip changed our lives. We visited Disneyland every year after, on an annual trip.
It would usually start as an article published on the interwebs… “Hey Dad! Did you see this?” and by the next day we would be planning another trip back to Disney! In 2016, I moved to the East Coast. Next thing you know we ditched Disneyland, tried our first trip to Walt Disney World, and we’ve never looked back, going to Disney World annually (and more) since 2017.
Currently, I’m a Marketing Executive for the seventh largest radio cluster in the country. I live in Washington D.C., but Boston is my home and I aim to get back there as soon as I can. I’m not a mom, not a wife, not anything but a simple childless (non)millenial who loves to go to Disney with her Daddy. This year I became an Annual Passholder, and now I am uncovering so much more information (and savings!) that I feel a duty to start passing on what I’ve learned.
I’ve always helped my friends and coworkers plan and brainstorm their trips, but after seeing a plea from Shannon on Instagram (@brbgoingtodisney), I realized there are still so many people who just need basic help planning their trips.
Walt Disney World is expensive, but oh so worth it. However, it’s not a vacation you can just show up to. Walt Disney World takes some extensive planning and thought. Indeed, there’s a strategy to it. You could spend a month at Walt Disney World and still not make a dent in all there is to see. Don’t let that overwhelm you though: there are people like me who are here to help. I’ll do the research, I’ll keep up to date on all the latest news, and I’ll determine the best strategy for your to do list. Believe it or not, it’s actually work I like to do.
There are loads of people who need help. So hopefully you will find lots of guidance on this blog! I promise no long winded articles that take 10 minutes of reading time. I’ll keep it short, sweet, and direct.
Need help? Ask away. And thanks for welcoming me to this space!