Image Source: Disney Cinderella is moving on up in the world - Walt Disney World, that is. Her iconic castle, which serves as the focal point of WDW's Magic Kingdom, is set to receive a beautiful update, Disney Parks Blog announced on Feb.
Ready to plan for Mercury retrograde 2020? Even if you're not someone who's big on astrology, you've probably heard of Mercury retrograde, a period of time when the planet's position supposedly causes general confusion and upheaval in our lives.
Sorority life was not something I dreamed about when I filled out my college applications. In fact, joining a sorority was as far off of my 17-year-old radar as it could be.
I grew up on movies and TV shows that painted college as four years of amazing, wild, adventurous, and reckless fun. And during high school, I bought into those stereotypes of what my life would be like when I finally left home.
When people want to know what it's really like to travel when you're LGBTQ+, they want to hear about the fear. They want to hear about the risks you take by holding your partner's hand in an area with little to no acceptance.
If you've ever waited more than an hour for Space Mountain at Disneyland (guilty!), you know the plight of long lines at the park. Even increases in ticket prices haven't drastically deterred attendance at the parks - at least not enough to improve wait times for attractions on prime park days.
Disneyland has never been cheap (at least in the last decade or so), but the Happiest Place on Earth is going to be even more expensive in 2020 with the recently upped annual pass prices. Here's the new breakdown: Disney Premier ($2,199) Access to all Disneyland and Walt Disney World parks No blockout dates Parking included Disney MaxPass included Dining and merchandise discounts Disney Signature Plus Passport ($1,449) No blockout dates Parking included Disney MaxPass included Dining and merchandise discounts Disney Signature Passport ($1,199) Blockout dates: Dec.
As Disney park admission costs continue to rise every year, it's hard to imagine a time when tickets were reasonably affordable. As the Disney parks have become more popular, Disney has used variable pricing to even out crowds, increasing prices to curb overcrowding issues during busy seasons and in anticipation of new attractions and lands.
When it comes to your zodiac sign, there's almost an overload of information out there. From monthly horoscopes to birth charts, diving deep into your sign's characteristics can seem a bit overwhelming .
Over the course of my short life, I've been fortunate enough to travel to many different places near and far. From spending six months in Istanbul to my many trips to Central Asia (I'm currently on number four), I've left home with a one-way ticket and a loose plan more than once.
Between the quippy horoscopes, cute tattoo ideas, and tips on everything from outfit ideas to sexual compatibility, zodiac signs seem to be something of a 21st-century holy grail. People everywhere find humor, comfort, connection, and a strong sense of identity from their astrological signs .
There are many things I wish people had told me about the period between graduation and finding a full-time job. Like how hard freelancing is, what credit cards are best for young adults just starting out, how to format cover letters and send follow-up emails, and how to navigate the often braggadocios realm of LinkedIn.
Not everyone is cut out for traveling on the road - and that's OK! - but I do think it's a vacation everyone should experience at least once in their lives.
I'm a light-skinned, multiracial woman, and the privilege that I have is no secret to me. However, I grew up in a small town in West Michigan and just about everyone I knew was white, which made a little mixed girl like myself stick out like a sore thumb.
In total, my best friend and I traveled to 18 cities across Europe together. We rode a lot of buses, a few trains, three planes, and two boats that Summer.
Queen Elizabeth, Antoni Porowski, and I don't have a lot in common, but we do share a love for corgis. Their little legs and perked-up ears are so lovable, I could look at pictures of them all day long.
Living in a van was never something I actually planned to do for any stretch of time. The lifestyle didn't really appeal to me, even if only for a short vacation, but when my mother decided she wanted to travel (and occasionally work) out of her van and begged me to tag along, I couldn't say no. To say I wasn't thrilled would have been an understatement.
Once the holidays are over and we're left with more than three months of cold weather, so many people complain that there's nothing to look forward to and that it's "so depressing." While I totally understand that Winter can be a bummer sometimes (and yes, sometimes far too long), I also think it doesn't deserve to be hated as much as it is.
With 22 states under my belt, I think I'm pretty lucky to have had the experience of driving through almost half of the United States. From deserts to farmland to oceans to mountains, the picturesque views are worth the long hours on the road.
One day, when I was a teenager, I felt a large, painful lump in my armpit and hoped it was just an ingrown hair bothering me. It went away a few days later, so I assumed my self-diagnosis was correct.
Even if my entire body is warm, my feet are always cold. It's just something I've learned to accept about myself; if I'm at home, I'm wearing my UGG boots.
Graduating college comes with so many emotions. You're excited, scared, driven, and probably completely unsure if you're cut out for the real world, which, is anyone really?