THE HOT LIST: THE HOLY TRINITY OF CRUSHING EVERY DAY AT DISNEY

THE HOT LIST: THE HOLY TRINITY OF CRUSHING EVERY DAY AT DISNEY

There are three things you have to do every day at a Disney park for total domination. We call this:

THE HOLY TRINITY OF CRUSHING EVERY DAY AT DISNEY

 
 

1. ROPE DROP

Disney trips are not for relaxing. Set an alarm and get yourself to the parks a half hour before opening. This allows you to enjoy short lines, cooler temps and sets you up for a lovely siesta in the middle of the day. 

Check the park schedules here.

 
 

2. EXTRA MAGIC HOURS

EMH's are for folks staying on-property to have the option to get in early and stay late. So why wouldn't you take advantage of this?

We know you're staying on-property because you read our CREDO, right? 

Find Disney's listing for EMH's in the same place as the regular hours. Here you go. 

 
 

3. FAST PASS+

It's like making a dining reservation but for a ride. Is it annoying? Yes. Is it worth it? ABSOLUTELY! Nothing feels greater than walking by hundreds of people that have been standing in line for the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train for over an hour. 

Make those reservations here.

Jaci Lund partner, creative director, designer Jaci’s quick wit and native intelligence comes across as soon as you meet her—and carries over to her design, where she fuses fun and sophistication in just the right doses. With a dual focus on creating original branding for new concepts and revitalizing the look and feel of even the most-established brands, Jaci approaches each project with a fresh and thoughtful perspective. While she recognizes the relevance of current trends, she’s hyper-conscious of the fine line that separates “trend” from “fad,” and tends toward more timeless and classic looks for her clients. Before founding Treebird, Jaci was instrumental in growing the design department at Atlanta’s The Reynolds Group, Inc. Through a five-year tenure that saw her quickly ascend to senior designer and then become the company’s first creative director, Jaci worked on design and branding projects with visionaries, entrepreneurs, and business leaders whom she admires greatly and whose own passion elevates her sense of what’s possible through new design, branding, and communication. Jaci has won nine ADDY Awards (and counting) for her design and branding work and has twice been featured in the national design blog “Art of the Menu.” She holds a B.A. in communications from Michigan State University and completed the graphic design program at The Creative Circus, where she also teaches a quarterly course called “Introduction to Creative Thinking.” To see Jaci's previous work please visit jacilund.com.