WDW DIY is a site devoted to bringing the best of Walt Disney World to your home. You may not be able to pick up and go on a vacation right now, but you’d be surprised how many little (or big) things you can do to get some of that “feeling” without leaving your zip code.

I’m going to feature a wide range of ideas for you, including everything from recipes to live stream broadcasts. I hope you’ll enjoy following along on here, and also on Facebook and Twitter as well.

About Adam

I have been visiting Walt Disney World since my 16th birthday in 2001. My family and I, without really planning it this way, visited the Magic Kingdom on that day. Thanks to an awesome Cast Member, I had one of the most memorable birthdays I’ve ever had. Since then, I’ve visited almost yearly, I proposed to my wife there, honeymooned there, and recently took our daughter on her first trip. I have a passion for this place, and I miss it when I’m not there.

I have been writing since high school, and majored in writing in college. I have written about Disney on multiple formats in the past, including DisTech, dizfanatic.com, and Celebrations Magazine.

Keep in mind, I am not employed by Disney in any way. My views are my own, and I have not been paid for any of the products or services I feature in WDW DIY, unless otherwise noted. This is a passion project for me.

About the Site

The only thing I ask of you all is to enjoy and engage. Let me know if you like what you’re reading, or if you’d like to see something featured on the site. I’d love to hear from you! Also, you can comment on any of the posts I publish here, but please keep it civil. Discussion is central to sharing ideas, but remember that others may have ideas that they are equally excited about. I reserve the right to remove comments that violate this rule, and block those that continually violate it.