This year has been tough on all of us, and as Thanksgiving week came and went, it’s clear that the holiday season will be tough as well. After last week’s virtual Thanksgiving feast, and my real-life socially-distanced Thanksgiving dinner, I thought I would kick off my 2020 holiday posts by writing about all of the holiday family traditions we normally have, even if they may … Continue reading Holiday Traditions
Dan and I did our first escape room in November of 2018 with my parents, and immediately after the rush that I felt from doing that one, I basically became obsessed. I find escape rooms to be a really fun, immersive puzzle. With clues all over the place that you need to decipher and the teamwork you need to complete the rooms, it’s just a … Continue reading Renata’s Escape Room Criteria
For those of you who do not know me, I am a pretty big Disney-phile. My first trip to Disney was when I was 11 months old, and I’ve been in love ever since. Okay, so obviously I don’t remember that trip in particular, but the point is that Disney has been a part of my life since I was very young. While I’ve gone … Continue reading Visiting Disney World as an Adult
My parents, my partner, and I went to an escape room over the weekend and I cannot recommend this group activity enough. It was me and my partner’s first time escaping a room, and we all had a BLAST! (That joke would’ve actually been funny if you were there, because we had to blow open a door with a detonator heh heh…victorious picture of us … Continue reading Tips for Surviving (and maybe even escaping!) an Escape Room
For those of you who have never been to Disney (or who have and have not had the pleasure of going on this ride), Spaceship Earth is the ride inside of the geodesic sphere near the entrance of the Epcot park. If that doesn’t help, the geodesic sphere is the thing that kinda looks like a big, sexy golf ball. Some of you may be … Continue reading Has Anyone Ever Ridden Spaceship Earth and Not Gotten Stuck?