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Thursday, October 19, 2017

We Rebel! A FanGirl Conversation

This week on the Broadcast I talk to FanGirl Megan Cullinan on beating Breast Cancer, being a FanGirl,  loving Star Wars, and running the Dark Side 5K!

Megan's blog,, is about her journey through Breast Cancer and surviving!

Megan not only shares her survivor story with us, we talk Phasma, The Last Jedi and The Dark Side Weekend coming up in April!

If you have any questions on the podcast, please let me know

If you are a FanGirl and want to join us for the Star Wars Dark Side 5K, let me know!  We will all meet up!


You can find all my podcasts, Beyond The Kessel Run, on Podbean, iTunes and Stitcher! Need help planning your Dark Side Vacation, contact TravelWithTheMagic! 

Thursday, October 12, 2017

FAQ on the runDisney Health and Fitness EXPO!

The Health and Fitness Expo is essential to the runDisney Experience!  It’s a big deal and a big topic to discuss, so I’ve compiled the most commonly asked questions on the Expo.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

The Princess 10K and The Frog

October 2017
Jonathan Seal joins me on the podcast to relive his experiences running the Inaugural 10K at the Princess Half Marathon Weekend in 2014!  Listen to the broadcast HERE and enjoy his blog below!

I’m not really much of a runner, but my family is.  It’s not that I dislike running, but I’m always trying new exercises and routines and not sure if I have the discipline to build endurance to the level of the rest of my family.  But I want to.

Combine this desire with my childlike love of all things Disney, and running my first 10k during Disney’s Inaugural Enchanted 10k seemed like a perfect fit.  Of course, training in one of the coldest winters South Mississippi has seen in decades didn’t go as planned and before the race my artistic side got more into the fun of creating a costume for the race (I went as a Mardi Gras homage to Prince Naveen).  Needless to say, I wasn’t quite in tip-top performing shape.

Still, runDisney had way more to teach me than just how under prepared I was physically.  In fact, that was the least important thing I took away from the weekend.  Here are the top four things I learned from my first Disney run that I can take with me into my day-to-day life.

1. It’s Never too Early for Fun