I’ve always had a sort of bucket list going for Disney, so it was only natural to adapt it for the DCP! There’s SO much to do at Disney, especially having the benefits of being a cast member, and I plan to utilize every bit of it! I don’t necessarily expect to do all of this, as I want to work as many hours as I can possibly get, but I thought it was a good idea to write everything down in the same place (that I can potentially add to if I want)! Enjoy!
With finals coming to an end and graduation looming just three short days away, I had time to sit down and gather my thoughts about this past semester. This semester wasn’t an easy one by any means, but I honestly believe it was my strongest yet because of one simple realization: I finally found worth in myself rather than seeking it from others. Continue reading “Final Semester Thoughts”
So I wanted to take this week to write about this new hair method I started using about a month ago that I’m absolutely loving: The Curly Girl Method. As we all know, I’ve had wavyish hair my entire life, that I often straightened because I hated it so much. It was frizzy and never looked right. Then, I discovered this method on Facebook through a wonderful Facebook group.
So I know that I always start out a new adventure in my life saying I’m going to post about it in a semi-regular fashion and never end up following through with that. This will be yet another take at that promise, with high hopes this time!
As I said in my previous blog post, I was recently accepted into the Disney College Program and will be starting off post-grad life as an Attractions Cast Member at Disney World in Orlando! I’ve gotten the coolest college experiences, from Nashville to NYC to Orlando and am determined to make these four months count for everything they’re worth. Continue reading “DCP Blog #1: Application to Acceptance”
It’s 11pm on a Monday night and I’m sitting in my bed feeling so incredibly blessed. We just finished what was arguably the best recruitment of my time in Alpha Gam and I can’t put to words the feelings I have about this past weekend. Continue reading “Post-Recruitment Ramblings from a Sentimental Senior”
Lately it’s seemed like the world is out to get me, solely because I’m too busy and because life can just be crazy. So I took the time to write out a 10 little things I can be proud of daily: Continue reading “Little Things to be Proud Of”
So technically, this title is deceiving because I’ve been a senior since December. BUT, I feel as if my semester in NYC didn’t “really” count as part of my senior year since I wasn’t “really” in school.
That being said, I officially have less than 3 months until graduation. 82 days until I walk across the stage and become a real person. THAT’S not scary.