1. Stop Worrying About Money - This is the number one tip for a reason—because it seriously makes all the difference.
2. Make a Plan - Intentional planning can go a long way in helping you to relax as well.
3. Don’t Over-Plan - However, even the best laid plans get thwarted by the occasional ride shut down, weather delay, or unexpected long wait time.
4. Afternoon Rest - Many groups with young children or older seniors simply cannot go from park opening to park closing without getting physically and emotionally drained.
5. Budget for Snacks - Disney World has some of the funnest snacks! And a quick snack break could be just what your crew needs to rest and reset for more fun.
6. Take a Pool or Beach Day - Even the best, most relaxed day at the Disney parks can still be physically tiring simply because there’s a lot of walking involved.
7. Smile - It sounds simple, but…don’t forget to smile! Your positive attitude is life-giving for yourself and your whole crew (especially kids).