Walt Disney World is making loads of updates to their parks, including Animal Kingdom! Take a wild ride with me through the African safari, crossing dangerous bridges, exploring Pandora: The World of Avatar, and more in this what to do at Animal Kingdom Park post! There was even a celebrity sighting during our fun adventure, so keep reading for more. I was invited as media to cover this event. All opinions are my own.
Can you believe how fast summer break is flying by? With just 2 weeks left until school begins, it was time to shop for back to school. I don’t know about your kids, but anytime my boys can pick out new clothes and shoes it brightens their day. We headed to Kohl’s for back to school clothes on sale, and found great deals on backpacks, shoes and more! Check out their cool styles, and grab a Kohl’s promo code to save when you shop for school necessities. This post is sponsored by Kohl’s.
The Disney Channel hit sensation – Descendants has returned with a sequel movie! Descendants 2 is officially on DVD and available in stores nationwide, as well as Amazon.com! Join the cast, plus newcomers like Uma (Ursela’s daughter) and others for another fun-filled adventure! Find out more details about Descendants 2, and how you can dress as your favorite Disney character below. Oh and enter the DVD giveaway! This is a partnered post. All opinions are my own.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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