Military Disney Tips On The Semper Feisty Radio with USMC Life

Military Disney Tips on Semper Feisty RadioToday I am honored to be one of the featured guests on Semper Feisty Radio, the internet radio program of the USMC Life website.

Hosts Kristine and Jackie talked to me about a wide variety of Disney topics including, the Armed Forces Salute, regular military discounted Disney tickets, Christmas at Disneyland, and several Disney Wait Time Apps.

USMC Life is a website run by Kristine, a Marine Corps wife and it’s filled with insider tips, report cards on local schools, and information about every major Marine Corps Base including base guides, base housing and photos, schools, youth programs and sports, getting to and from each installation and links helpful to Marines and their families. Kristine started the site in order to help Marine families faced with a PCS move understand the overall impact the move to a new base would have on their families.

Semper Feisty Radio is a fairly new addition to USMC Life’s content. It is an internet radio show on the Blog Talk network. You can listen to the show live on your computer, subscribe to the podcast, or download the mp3 to listen at your leisure. The show airs Wednesdays weekly at 10:30am Pacific, 1:30pm Eastern.

You can listen to the show using by clicking this link.

My segment is the middle one of the three.

This week’s program is focused on the holidays and what we can do as military families to find joy and happiness this season. (But we did stray into other Disney topics…)

Other Guests on today’s program are Kathie Hightower, co-author of 1001 Things to Love About Military Life and Sandy Fowler, founder of Heart Filled Holidays.

USMCLife.com has a staff of contributers who produce lots of great content that spouses of all services can enjoy.

 

Here are just a couple of examples of recent posts:

Holiday Deployments: Sending the Season Overseas

Guide to Working Out at Home

Can Civilians Understand?

Facebook Tips and Tricks the Military Community Should Know

 

Make sure you stop by USMC Life to check it out! There’s a newsletter you can sign up for and they are also on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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Here are my recommendations for products and services I've reviewed that can improve your Disney planning. This is a short list since it only includes my top picks.

Military Disney Tips Gear

The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World - Best WDW Planning book in my opinion

Hidden Mickeys - Kids of all ages will love finding Hidden Mickeys at WDW

Ears of Experience - My recommended Travel Agent, Fee Free, Disney Only, Military Family Owned

YourFirstVisit.net The premier website for first time visitors to Walt Disney World!

Simple Stroller Rentals - Beats WDW's prices, plus they offer a 10% Military Discount

TouringPlans.com - The website of the Unofficial Guides - Crowd Forecasts, Pre-made Touring Plans, plus lots of other detailed info

My Disney Experience - The Official Disney iPhone App

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