I remember when I didn’t live so close to the “Most Magical Place on Earth”. When all I wanted to do was plan the next trip, talk about previous ones, and YouTube “Must Do Disney” videos starring our favorite gal, Stacey.
I always had a “go to” of things that would make the voids between trips seem a bit more magical. And I’m going to share 3 of them with you today.
1- Strawberry Buttercream Candle from YankeeCandle.com. If you haven’t smelled this gem, you are missing out. The scents of Disney are notorious. And one of the most popular ones is the sweet aroma of the Main Street Confectionery. The Strawberry Buttercream captures the scent of all the Confectionery goodness that warms our souls. This candle will have you feeling like you’re walking right down the middle of Main Street, USA taking in all the sights and sounds. And speaking of sounds…
2- Reedy Creek Radio on iTunes! Music, monorail spiels, attractions audio tracks…. You’re smiling just thinking about it, aren’t you? Background loops from the parks are some of the most beautiful sounds these ears have ever heard. The Reedy Creek app is available for *free on iTunes and you’ll have the sounds of The Walt Disney World Resort, past and present, at your fingertips. Living close and working for Disney, I still put this on when I’m doing housework or enjoying a cup of coffee.
3- Minnie’s Bake Shop Coffee Mug. (See what I did there?) Disney mugs are an addiction of mine. It’s not one I’m ashamed to have. In all hones ty, I can’t pick a favorite. I favorite one to all extremes when its brand new to my collection but, I do love them all equally. I chose this Minnie mug today to keep with our little Main Street theme. Having some Disney items that you’ll use almost regularly is a great way to keep that magic alive. This particular mug is available in the parks and online at DisneyStore.com.
What are some of your favorite things that keep the Disney magic alive between visits?
We would love to hear about them!
Thanks for reading!
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