Here at Tips from the Disney Divas and Devos, we love giving you what we consider, some “Very Good Advice”. But we also love all of our fans and other Disney bloggers out there, and we love sharing all of your Disney tips and ideas as well. So we’ve decided to create a blog hop, where you too can share some of your “Very Good Advice”. Whether it’s about travel tips, food recommendations, favorite attractions, fascinating Disney facts or trivia, if you have some very good advice on something Disney-related, we want to hear it!
So how do you link up? It’s simple! At the end of this article, you’ll see a little blue box with a happy little blue frog in it. Click on the blue frog and he’ll take you to the blog hop link up! From there, just copy and paste the link to your site’s article, video, podcast, etc., and from there it will automatically insert the title. It will also display your images associated with that article for you to choose. Pick whichever one you think represents your article, video, or podcast the best. But remember, if you decide to link up, please leave comments on at least one or two of the other bloggers’ sites. Everyone likes to hear positive feedback. Also, please add the “Very Good Advice” Alice Button somewhere on your site so other people can share their good advice too! Remember, as long as you have a Disney (and family friendly) themed article, video, podcast, etc. we want to talk about it!
Starting every Saturday, Tips from the Disney Divas and Devos will be running our “Very Good Advice” Blog Hop, where we share our advice for the week with you, and you get to share your “Very Good Advice” with us and our readers! We know you have a lot of great tips to share with the rest of our Disney followers, and we know you couldn’t turn down a chance to talk about Disney!
For this week’s good advice, we shared our video, “Should I Use a Disney Travel Agent?” and we wrote about: Walt Disney World Dining Must Do: Cinderella’s Royal Table, A Change of Pace at Disney World,
6 Rides Not to Miss at Disney World, What is Pin Trading?, and Captain Cook’s at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. My favorite article this week was “What is Pin Trading?”
In “What is Pin Trading?”, Pin Trading Diva tells you what Disney Pin Trading is, the history behind it, how to spot fake pins known as “scrappers”, some of the types of pins available, and tips for collecting pins, both at the theme parks, and from the comfort of your own home! As someone who is planning on starting this tradition with my own family, there is definitely some Very Good Advice in the article, and I definitely recommend reading it and taking notes.
What do you have to share this week? We’re looking forward to hearing from you!