So you are thinking about going to Disney World. Or maybe you have a gone a couple of times and feel pretty confident. Fantastic. The biggest question is if you have started your planning and what are you going to do when you get there. If you have a ton of disposable income and throw money at the park, this article may not be for you as you probably have the park putting together your itinerary now. But if you are an average person and want to make this dream happen without breaking the bank, then this series is for you. You may still get some pointers over how to get the most out of your day for each park.
So you made it to work today. You are alive and in one piece. You should be proud. Bonus points for not getting a scratch which would have ruined that second coat of wax the detailer charged you an extra twenty dollars for; you can't see it but apparently others will and isn't that what counts the most?
I let out a loud sigh as I turned the key in my ignition to off. I was here. Just moments ago I was pondering the character concepts of a new story I need to jot down before I forget it, feeling that adrenaline rush of creative discovery. But now I am here. I have yet to take one step out of my car and I am already emotionally drained for the day. I move out of my car and slowly plod across the parking lot towards the place that drains my soul of joy in this world. Why am I here? I was not meant to be here. So before you tell me to quit and get another job, I have to explain that I am a creator. This is my term for all people who are creative to any degree and style; writers, painters, photographers, and the holiest of the holies—musicians. This term applies to how good, or not so good, one is at their favorite form of expression.