I run this website designed to help guests plan the best Disneyland trips possible. I get lots of questions here and on my Facebook page.
Many of them look like this:
When did you start this site? – My site launched in February 2014.
How often do you go to Disneyland? – At least once a week, sometimes more.
Is this your real job? How do you get paid? – It’s my real, full time job. I get paid with ad revenue. I partner with businesses I know and trust that can help with your trip planning.
Does Disney pay you? – No. I’m in no way affiliated with the Walt Disney Company.
Do you have to pay to get in the park? – Every visit! I pay for everything I do at Disneyland.
Are you from California? – No. I was raised in Plano, Texas and then went to Louisiana State University. After marrying, my husband and I moved from Texas to Colorado to Kansas and finally here to San Diego.
I’ve seen lots of Disney blogs. What makes this one different? – Visiting the parks weekly helps me provide always up to date information. I’m able to review new dining experiences, shows, and attractions as soon as they’re available, allowing you to see first hand what all of your options are. I have three kids – ages 9, 11, and 16 – and have taken them to Disneyland since they were as young as 5 months old. I pushed a double stroller through the park for many years. I’ve seen a few Disney melt downs in my day. Mine are always the most impressive, though.
Do your kids think you’re the coolest mom ever? – Not really. They visit with me about once a month and get to see lots of cool stuff. But, I’m still their lame old mom.
I want to send you something in the mail. Can I have your home address? – Maybe not. But, here is one you can use: Disneyland Daily, PO Box 5318, Oceanside, CA 92052.
I want to send you a tip for helping me with my trip. Do you have PayPal? – I do! My PayPal email is Casey@DLRPrepSchool.com.
I want to email you. What is that address? – Casey@DisneylandDaily.com
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– Krista Potter, San Francisco, California
“Two years ago, my husband and I decided to take our daughter and four of our grandchildren on a three-day visit to Disneyland. The cost would be about $2,000. We really wanted this to be a memorable visit that everyone could enjoy and we also wanted to get the biggest bang for our buck! So…along came Casey Starnes! This girl knows Disneyland! Not only did she have the info on which rides to ride when, but she also had the inside scoop on the best food deals. We all fell in love with the best corn dogs ever, and the Mickey bread with lots of butter was a godsend when we needed something quick. I would highly recommend Casey for those who want to get the most out of Disneyland!” – Diane Benson, Las Cruces, New Mexico