If you’ve ever been to Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, you know that there is no shortage of scenic views and beautiful landscapes which gives the vibe that you have entered a portal to the Pacific Northwest. The Wilderness Lodge features history of Native Americans and National Parks such as Yellowstone. The floors in the Wilderness Lodge … Continue Reading

Today is Monorail Monday! In honor of Monorail Monday, here’s a brief review of the history of Monorails in Walt Disney World: The monorail system opened in 1971, the same year that Walt Disney World opened. At that time it only had 2 track lines. Resort line and express line. In 1982 the monorail system … Continue Reading

Spending the evening in Epcot during the Food & Wine Festival season can be quite busy. Bustling crowds, buzzing from country to country can cause an increase in wait time for restaurants, rides and attractions. However, we strategically planned an evening in Epcot including a nice dinner at Spice Road Table in Morocco which gave … Continue Reading

Pre-Run Post 15 miles– waiting for our bus at HS With 100 days to go until the Disney Marathon, our training is halfway through as we hit 15 miles this morning! Before coming to Disney, we were unsure of where we would actually be able to run 15 miles. The trails are limited in length … Continue Reading

The night before your long-run is prime prepping time. Here are a few easy tips for long-run prepping. Lay out running clothing Prepare energy snacks (gels, chews, beans) Charge any devices (watch, mp3) Set out sneakers Set your alarm, with time to prepare (and hit snooze 😉 Happy running! -S&R Facebook Comments

If you’ve ever been to Disney, you know that you can end up walking at least 10+ miles per day while visiting the parks. In our case, we are training for our marathon in January and have to keep up with that mileage in addition! Going on vacation doesn’t mean you have to stop training. … Continue Reading

On a warm September day like today, what better to do than catch a breeze and walk around town? Small towns with Mom and Pop shops are always fun, and support local infrastructure. We wandered around the Hudson Valley, and I couldn’t help but break out the white dress—yet again after Labor Day! Love this … Continue Reading

  It’s officially Labor Day, and that means no more white…just kidding. Today I wanted to post a light weight, flowy dress for the end of the summer. I wore this dress out to lunch and then for a walk down the pier on a breezy weekend off. This Saylor dress is seriously so comfortable, … Continue Reading

Cooler temperatures are starting to settle in and the rain seems to want to keep falling lately, so today I am posting a nice summer-fall transition outfit! On days where it’s cool and rainy, it is necessary to wrap up in with a warm blanket to keep cozy. If I need to venture outside on … Continue Reading

    There are only hours left until the end of the Lilly Pulitzer after party sale! If you go to www.lillypulitzer.com the link to the sale will pop up immediately. Lilly Pulitzer can be quite expensive, but if you shop this annual sale you can score deals that are practically half off! I have … Continue Reading