Last week I partnered with Disney Springs to learn more about the history of this beautiful place and how it is evolving to a wonderful hang out for family and friends. Being from Orlando, I felt like I knew so much about Disney Springs, especially since I go there frequently with my family for the weekend. Our usually routine is to hit a few spots and leave, but this time, I was able to take in the area like a tourist.
*Loving my customized ornament from Disney’s Days of Christmas! Super fun for the kids and great for decorating the Christmas tree.
Having fun with Courtney from Color Me Courtney! We had a blast at Epcot after spending the day at Disney Springs.
*Shopping at Disney Springs and loving the Minnie Purses and products!
There were places that I had never visited like Homecomin’ Restaurant and Disney’s Days of Christmas, which were both amazing and so fun. It’s funny how when you frequent a place, you miss so many things because it’s readily available to you. One thing I learned from spending time with the Disney staff was sometimes it’s good to just slow down and take in your surrounding with a new eye. You’ll discover new places, people and passions that can add so much to your everyday life.
I know for sure I’ll be heading back to Homecomin’ for a good southern meal. If you follow my InstaStory, then you probably remember me posting all the amazing food we had. The menu included: Mac N’ Cheese, Greens, Cheese Biscuits, Salad, Fried Green Tomatoes, Cold Cuts, Fried Chicken, Shrimp N’ Grits and so much more. I’d say, if you are looking for southern cooking with a touch of class, then this is the place to eat!
*Brunching with the famous Chef Art Smith at his amazing restaurant, Homecomin’!
Overall, Disney Springs is one of my favorite places to visit because of the shopping and great eating. The vibe is very happy and uplifting, which is exactly what Disney represents.