I recently surveyed my readers about the struggles they face when trying to plan their family’s vacation.
Unsurprisingly, I learned that planning just gets to be too much! Disney costs too much, the choices are overwhelming, and Disney’s constant changes leaves first-time travelers completely confused.
I am so grateful to everyone who took the time to fill out the survey because it did exactly what the survey was created for. It taught me about your specific feelings and struggles. And it gave me ideas about what you’re looking for and how I can better help you.
Free Step By Step Disney Planner
Why You Need This Planner
Tell me if this sounds like you. You’ve written down every piece of information you’ve found. And you’ve pinned plenty of great ideas on Pinterest.
Somewhere among the piles of papers and Pinterest boards lies your magical vacation. But, now the information is buried and you have to reread everything to find the information you need.
The idea behind this free Planner is to simplify the planning process.
How Will This Planner Help?
If this is your first trip to Walt Disney World, I always recommend keeping your plans as simple as possible. Guests often underestimate how tiring a Disney Vacation is. And if you have too many things on your agenda, you end up feeling like you are punching a time clock instead of being on vacation.
So, this planner keeps all of the important details in one place. Of course, you can keep track of your Dining Reservations and Fastpasses. But, it also has a key to tell you exactly when these windows open up.
But, most importantly, it breaks down the planning process into 6 easy steps. And the check list at the bottom serves as a visual reminder of what you have finished planning and what you still need to do.
…But That’s Not All…
As a special thank you, I am also including My Daily Plans.
This is where you can write down the things you don’t want to forget.
Did you make a reservation to construct your very own lightsaber at Savi’s workshop? Write it down, so you don’t accidentally book a dining reservation for the same time.
Did you want to eat at a specific Quick Service Restaurant? Write it down, so you remember the name and which Park it’s located in. With over 200 places to get food within Walt Disney World, it’s easy to forget.
Whatever you write down, be sure not to over plan your day.