and I live only a few minutes away from Walt Disney World. I channeled my love of Disney and Star Wars into a way to lose weight, and what started as some tips for me to stay on track in the parks turned into so much more so I can help you. Thanks for joining me!
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Epcot International Festival of the arts
2020 Menu & WW recommendations
It's time for the Epcot International Festival of the Arts! Focus more on enjoying the art and less on the menu since I've perused it for you and given some Weight Watchers-focused recommendations for enjoying the festival but still staying on track.
Walt Disney World Dining Review: Paddlefish at Disney Springs
I peruse the menus so you don't have to - and in this instance, I review some of the healthier options available at Paddlefish at Disney Springs!
Walt Disney World dining review: Terralina at Disney Springs
Dining out at an Italian restaurant is hard no matter what diet you follow, so I check out Terralina Crafted Italian at Walt Disney World to let you know what the best options are and if they're filling.
F O O D
Snacks you can purchase at the park without derailing your efforts to a healthy lifestyle.
FOODS TO AVOID
More than just the obvious bad choices! How to avoid accidentally steering yourself off track and being cautious about things that may seem innocent enough.
A list of my recommendations to try to eat at least kind of healthily with minimal menu modifications throughout the parks. Resorts coming soon!
A C T I V I T Y
GET MORE STEPS
Ways you can sneak in your daily 10,000+ steps a day and get the most of your park time.
So you want to run/walk a 5k, 10k, half marathon, or full marathon at Disney? Tips from an experienced runDisney racer!
FROM ZERO TO HERO
How I went from barely crawling across the finish line to a successful, confident half marathoner, and how you can, too!