5. You Get Super Excited When Talking to Other Fans
Is there’s anything a Disney lover can’t get enough of, it’s talking about Disney World. Therefore, you’ll spend more time talking to fellow fanatics. It also means that you may have the urge to interrupt random conversations because you overheard someone say “Dole Whip” or “The Haunted Mansion”. The connection will feel immediate and may confuse non-Disney loving family and friends. However you find these kindred spirits, you’ll probably get overly excited when chatting about trips or your Disney bucket list. This burst of excitement can only mean one thing. Orlando is in your future.
6. You Long for the Convenience of Your MagicBand
Anyone who has visited Disney and stayed on property appreciates the marvel that is a MagicBand. This amazing wristband has the ability to store park tickets, hotel room keys, FastPasses+ Reservations, and Advance Dining Reservations! All you have to do is scan this band and it essentially functions as a credit card. If you find yourself looking to scan a wristband at a local grocery store or gas station … you know what you need.
7. You Keep Storing Away Information for ‘Future’ Trips
If you can’t stop on stocking up on advice regarding new Disney attractions, hidden-gem restaurants, or ways to enjoy WDW in the busiest season – then you should stop dreaming and start planning for a real trip! Even if a trip has to be delayed for personal or financial reasons, having a concrete end goal in mind will make the wait sweet and not excruciating. Put all of that dedicated research to good use and move towards creating the vacation of your dreams.
While there are many symptoms of Disney withdrawal, there is a cure! You can even contact one of our Mickey Travel agents to get more information and planning advice. As always, we can’t stress the importance of self-care and adequate doses of Disney. Remember, you deserve it.