I have been working on a pet project now for a while – a collection of Disneyland Tips and Disneyland planning pages!
Growing up going to Disneyland as annual passholders, going to Disneyland is very low-stress for me while still being super magical. I want to help others achieve that trip themselves – the perfectly magical family vacation with as minimal stress as possible. I have several Disneyland blog posts relating to specific tips for toddlers, pregnancy, and special times of year but have also collected the most useful tips into a downloadable PDF for my email subscribers (subscribing is free! Just use the box on the right ->). Once you immediately receive your welcome email, it includes a password and link for my resource library, where all of these are located.
I feel like lots of people do blog posts and tips, but I wanted to go a step further and actually help you plan your trip. It’s not just a guide, but can actually be a scheduler and step-by-step planner. I made a google sheet that you can save to your own google drive or download as an excel sheet, and fill in specifically for your trip. It features a budget page, a rides page (including which rides are top priority!), and a schedule for each day of your trip. One of the many cool features is that whatever you fill in on a previous page will automatically fill in on your day-specific sheets (so if you list “Pirates of the Caribbean” as one of your rides on the “rides” tab, it will also end up on your “day 1” tab).
I have even filled out a pretend trip using my planning pages so you can see how it works all together.
All of these resources are meant to work together to help you have the most magical Disneyland trip you have ever had. They are all available in my Disneyland Resource library, which you immediately have access to if you are an email subscriber.