Lisabeth Posthuma

Lisabeth Posthuma is a first-generation Disneyphile who hopes to inspire a legacy of fanatics in her family. Though she's comparatively a newbie to the Disney scene, she's no rookie to the written word. Posthuma is also a published novelist and a essay blogger. She's a proud mother of two young Jedi/princesses (depending on the day) and the wife to a man that rivals Prince Charming. When she's not planning Disney trips for herself and everyone else she knows, she's an avid photographer, crafter, and thrower of pretty sweet Disney birthday (and un-birthday) parties. If her fairy godmother ever shows up, she's hoping for a pumpkin coach to whisk her away from Metro Detroit and take her to The Magic Kingdom where she would love to be Belle for the day (because c'mon... that yellow dress is amazing) and feast on Dole Whips and Mickey pretzels. She can be read elsewhere at www.lisabethposthuma.com, twitter @LBPosthuma.

Trends suggest that you probably won’t name your next baby Moana

If you’ve ever doubted just how far reaching the Disney influence is in American culture, look no further than your hometown birth announcements. If you think you’ve heard of more babies being named Elsa since Disney’s Frozen hit theaters in 2013, you aren’t imagining it.… Read More »Trends suggest that you probably won’t name your next baby Moana

Five ways Disney can get guests to visit on off-peak weeks

Disney Parks recently announced a significant hike in the price of single-day admission during peak attendance times. This change, prompted in part by the capacity level crowds both Walt Disney World and Disneyland hosted over the 2015 holiday season, is meant to persuade day trippers… Read More »Five ways Disney can get guests to visit on off-peak weeks