d23 destination d: attraction rewind

So we just got back from Walt Disney World and had an absolutely wonderful time. I can't believe we're already back; it was such a short trip! I was lucky enough to be able to attend D23's Destination D Attraction Rewind and even had a little time for the parks! We saw the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights for the first time, went to Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party, heard Tony Baxter talk about the amazing Discovery Bay concept and even got to become a member of the esteemed (and extinct) Adventurers Club.
I'm really happy I got the chance to go. I'd never been to Disney World during Christmas time so to be able to see it mixed with a weekend of wonderful Disney history was just great.
Plus, it was crazy to be thinking that I will be working for the Walt Disney Company come January. I'm going to be a part of this great history: this great company. I'm so excited. 47 days until check in!

Back on the presentation! I really enjoyed it for the most part, though there were a few snoozing moments. My favorite presentation was definitely the one on Discovery Bay. I truly hope the idea is realized one day; it's an amazing concept. I also really enjoyed the Tomorrowland preview and walk through of how they filmed the clip they showed us! I was already really excited for the movie, but the preview seriously solidified my gut feeling of how great it's going to be. I have a feeling I'll be seeing it over and over again.
Anyways, while we couldn't take any pictures inside the presentation ballroom, I did get some other pretty cool pictures during our trip, so be sure to check out my instagram (@sincerelydanirose) for more!
Also, I'll be doing a post on dressing for Disney pretty soon, so keep your eyes peeled if you're into that! 

Oh! For those of you who haven't heard yet, the trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be showing in select theaters starting Friday so you'll have to tell me how it is if you see it!  

70 days!

70 days until check in!
*insert happy dance here*

I am seriously so excited to start my adventure with the Disney College Program out in Disneyland. It's only been a couple of weeks since I got accepted and I'm seriously losing it waiting! I'm so excited to be working for the company I've wanted to work for since I was little. 

What I've Been Doing
I've been going through my clothes to purge and get ready for the big move! Yes, it's 70 days out, but I know that time is going to sneak up on us! I took pictures of every single top, skirt and dress in my closet; it was ridiculously crazy. So, from there, I've been trying to decide what to bring! I know space is pretty limited, but I love my clothes more than anything else! So :( 
I've also been going through my clothes to figure out what to wear for Traditions and classes! On the Disney College Program, you have to follow a business casual "Disney Look" for both Traditions and your classes each week.

Disney Look Guidelines
Dress, suit, Capri or dress pants with classic- style blouse are preferred. NOTE: Cotton twill, cargo, leggings or other casual styles of Capri pants do not present a professional image and are therefore not permitted.
Clothing should be neat, pressed and conservative in nature.
Business-style shoes are required. Shoes should be fully enclosed and may have a small peep-toe and/or sling back.
Hair must be neatly arranged in a conservative style.
Hair color and highlights must be natural looking, well maintained and complementary to your complexion.NOTE: Highlights should be no more than two shades difference from the base hair color and must be well blended over the entire head.
Nail polish must be complementary to your complexion and may contain no decor. Nails must not exceed ¼ inch beyond tips of fingers.

So, I'm trying to figure out what I've got that can work for Disney Look. Hopefully I'll put together some looks to feature here on the blog for ideas! As you can see, it's not just clothing, it's hair, makeup and nails as well! I really appreciate Disney for having such strict guidelines. 

DCP Blogs
I've also been relentlessly searching for and reading DCP blogs lately! I'm realizing how hard it is to find Disneyland DCP blogs. So, if you have any suggestions, let me know!