Have you ever heard someone say, “It’s so hard to find good help.”
When you face the challenge of planning a Disney vacation, you want to make sure that you’re gathering your information from the right sources.
Good news? There are so many Disney focused blogs out there!
Bad news? There are so many Disney focused blogs out there.
How could anyone possibly know where to invest their time?
I’ve put together a list of Disney blogs (and one money saving/family blog), to get you started in the right direction.
Kimberly is a super mom who does a great job with her two boys all while running marathons and blogging about what she loves, Disney!
SavvyMamaLifestyle, previously FitDisneyMom is a great site because not only can you gather all the Disney World planning tips you need, but you can also get motivated to start running and get a lot more along the way.
When I first considered starting a Disney oriented blog, it was going to be about going to Disney World for the first time. Then I realized that site already existed and it was so good, I had no desire to compete.
Dave is also the co-author of the easy guide to your Walt Disney World visit. He really knows his stuff. Check out my review of the book here.
This site was created by Shannon Albert, who after many visits to Disney, wanted to create a site where she could share her tips and tricks to help you plan the vacation you dream of. WDWPrepSchool is part blog, part podcast. Make sure to visit WDWPrepSchool where you can read up on everything including;
Duh! How could I put this list together and not include PTM! Quick history trip, it all started with my first solo trip to Walt Disney World. I was midway through putting myself through college and currently in the college version of broke. I have a sister, Mia, who is more than a decade younger than me, so one year I decided I was going to take her to WDW. Just me and her. I worked every single day for 6 months as a lifeguard. 12-hour shifts, nothing less.
That struggle is how I found every trick I could to save on my Disney trip. Now I share those with you. If you’re looking to go to Disney and not break the bank, you’re in the right place.
When I think AllEars, I think Disney’s Wikipedia. Seriously. What sold me was their Ultimate Disney Resort Guide with video tours of most resorts. That kind of thing takes time to put together but it’s so so valuable.
Recently, I read about Deb’s experience when her husband lost his credit card and they had to make their way to Disney’s lost and found. Read more here.
You might have heard of the Points Guy, this it the Disney version of it. This family loves Disney so much, they wanted to find ways to make it more affordable so that they could go more often. They show you the ins and outs of using credit card bonus to make your way, inexpensively, to Disney World.
Disney Tourist Blog is one of the most comprehensive Disney blogs out there. Tom has put together everything you could ever need for your Disney vacation.
One of my favorite type of posts for this site are the hotel comparison posts, such as Art of Animation v. Fort Wilderness.
I came upon Hannah’s website fully on accident. The tricks she knows to save money on everyday things is mind blowing. She’s very transparent with how to save money but also what she does with it.
This site will help with everyday life but also with family travel. Learn how she saves up for her family’s vacation and then has the best time ever.
MouseSavers began saving us money in 2001 when Mary Waring started sharing information she had on Disney deals. Looking for ways to save and find discounts for your Disney Trip? This is it.
If you know my story then you know that in 2012 I had to find every tip I could to save money on this Disney vacation. I had a very limited budget.
MouseSavers has a lot of information but pouring through it is well worth it.
Think about the websites you regularly use. You become loyal to the ones that give you the best information. Are there any Disney blogs that you love?