My “Inside Out” #DisneySide style series continues with DISGUST. Do I seriously have to run 20 miles over the weekend? You have to be kidding!
One of the biggest adjustments I’ve made in order to train for a runDisney race is commit to waking up early on the weekend to complete my long training run. While having to get out of bed early on a Saturday morning is initially tough, the feeling of accomplishment I get after my long run makes it all worth it.
If running long distances on a Saturday morning is a must, you might as well start the morning in an “Inside Out” inspired outfit from Champion and New Balance that is sure to keep Disgust satisfied. Follow your run up with a cup of coffee in this adorable Disney Store mug!
What keeps you motivated during long training runs for a runDisney event?
The Disney•Pixar film “Inside Out” ventures inside the mind of Riley and introduces us to the Emotions that guide her – Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust and Anger. Based in Headquarters, the five Emotions are hard at work, led by lighthearted optimist Joy, whose mission is to make sure Riley stays happy. “Inside Out” is directed by Academy Award winner Pete Docter (“Monsters, Inc.”, “Up”) and produced by Jonas Rivera (“Up”) with an original score by Michael Giacchino (“The Incredibles,” “Ratatouille,” “Up”). “Inside Out” is in theatres now in 3D and is rated PG.
Disney VoluntEARS Month at Disney Cruise Line is a unique opportunity for shipboard crew members to give back to communities in different ports of call around the world. More than 150 crew members across all four Disney ships participated in Disney VoluntEARS Month in May, demonstrating that we all have the ability to make a positive impact.
This May, 10 organizations from five communities in Central Florida, the Bahamas and the Caribbean benefitted from more than 450 volunteer hours. Crew efforts impacted charitable causes focused on areas including education, health/wellness and animal care/rescue.
Each year, the cast and crew at Disney Cruise Line provide thousands of hours of community service – from raising funds for disaster relief to spreading Disney cheer in children’s hospitals around the world.
Fireworks are truly a highlight of a day at a Disney Park. How well do you know our nighttime spectaculars at Walt Disney World Resort? Test your knowledge below – some of the answers may surprise you!
Walt Disney World Resort Fireworks
Which Disney character narrates “Wishes” fireworks at Magic Kingdom Park?
TInker Bell began making her “fireworks flight” during the show in what year?
The first fireworks show ever performed at Walt Disney World Resort was in honor of the opening of what resort hotel?
What was the first fireworks performance at Magic Kingdom Park called?
Holiday fireworks shows, like the Fourth of July performance, are how much larger than the nightly show?
Fans of our S’mores gourmet apple, prepare yourselves – this summer is about to get even better as we “treat” you to a few other surprises from our candy kitchens at the Disneyland Resort! Our candy makers have come up with some new concoctions inspired by some of your favorite gourmet apple flavors. Joining the S’mores apple for the month of July will be a similarly themed (and tasty) marshmallow wand, crispy treat and bark.
Independence Day is coming up, and the parks at Walt Disney World Resort are planning to celebrate our nation’s 239th birthday with some star-spangled salutes to America!
Are you planning a trip to Walt Disney World Resort this July? Be sure to check out these special artist appearances and signings!
For many families, a highlight of their Walt Disney World vacation is ending a day at a park by watching one of our amazing nighttime fireworks spectaculars. “Frozen Fireworks” just debuted this month at Disney’s Hollywood Studios to feature characters from the film, fireworks, favorite “Frozen” songs and even a snow flurry.
Actress Jessica Alba, along with Film Producer husband Cash Warren, kicked off summer this week at Disney’s Hollywood Studios with their daughters Honor and Haven.
We’re just a few days away from the reopening of Peter Pan’s Flight at Disneyland park, and today I’ve got a sneak peek at the new magic that awaits guests in this classic attraction.
Our all-star creative team is preparing “Tangled: The Musical” for its premiere aboard the Disney Magic in November, and they’ve given us another sneak peek at the production. This time it’s a first look at the stunning costume designs.