About the Author

Leah Sikes

Leah Sikes is a graphic designer and contributing writer for WDW Magazine and Dad's Guide to WDW. When she's lucky enough to visit the Happiest Place on Earth, you catch her hanging out with the 999 Happy Haunts. She also loves running in the parks (when it's allowed at the marathons).

5 Futuristic Tomorrowland Facts

Leah SikesBlog, Magic Kingdom

sign at night tomorrowland facts

Tomorrowland was one of the opening day lands in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. It’s been around since the beginning, there are lots of fun Tomorrowland facts for guests to discover! Here are five futuristic Tomorrowland facts.  1. It’s A Working City Tomorrowland has been around since the day Walt Disney World opened, but that … Read More

Videos: Watch All The EPCOT Cavalcades!

Leah SikesBlog, EPCOT

Anna character cavalcade back at EPCOT

In lieu of traditional meet-and-greets and parades during this unprecedented time, Disney is hosting character cavalcades. Let’s take a look at all the different EPCOT cavalcades out there! EPCOT Cavalcades Each park has their own set of cavalcades with characters specific to the park. Watch all the different cavalcades you can see at the Magic … Read More

Five Intergalactic Star Tours Facts

Leah SikesBlog, Hollywood Studios

Hollywood Studios Pictures

Long before Disney acquired the Star Wars franchise, you could travel to a galaxy far, far away on Star Tours: The Adventure Continues at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.  The original ride has been around since 1989, and though it has been updated and changed quite a bit since it first opened, the premise (and fun) has … Read More

5 Magically Easy Disney Dessert Recipes

Leah SikesBlog, Food, Magic at Home

cookie fries beaches and cream how-to easy disney dessert recipes

Want to bring the magic of Disney to your kitchen at home? Try out these 5 super easy Disney dessert recipes we’ve featured on our blog! 1. The Grey Stuff Try the Grey Stuff, it’s delicious! And, it’s super easy to make! This recipe churns out fancy-looking desserts that anyone can make. Plus, they’re detectible—chocolate … Read More