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Post-Disney Side Effects: What Happens When You Wake Up From Your Disney Dreams?

One of the best things about being at a Disney Park is it feels like a dream. We recently attended the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration in Walt Disney World. It was beyond our wildest Disney Dreams! Having all 3 sisters and the entire family together was a another dream come true for us. And every bit like our Disney dreams, we never wanted to wake up, or leave.

Yes, there comes a time when all vacations and Disney dreams must come to an end. We must travel back home, unpack, do endless loads of laundry, and get back to reality (what ever that is). So what is it that happens every time we spend a family vacation together and have to wake up from our Disney dreams? From the moment we returned home we notice difficulty adjusting back into our daily routine. Since we believe awareness is key here, we would like to share with you, our readers a glimpse into our lives as we experience a Disney hangover, Disney withdrawals, and the secret side effects of Disney that no one ever talks about.

WARNING: 
Some images may be not be suitable for younger audiences:

 

 

Photo Source: Disney Sisters

Full Disclosure: We were invited to the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration. Walt Disney World offered a special discounted rate for all attendees and their families. This is a once in a lifetime experience and we are grateful to Disney for allowing us to participate. We’ll be sharing unique things seen and heard throughout the Celebration. Please keep in mind these our own personal thoughts and opinions, not those of the Walt Disney Company.

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