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How I Pay It Forward in Disney

Pay It Forward in Disney

Pay It Forward in DisneyTo Pay It Forward is to do something unexpectedly nice to another person. This goes beyond holding the door open or picking up a paper that fell.

When I Pay It Forward I surprise someone with true kindness in a way that isn’t always what’s expected. Remember when I payed it forward at Starbucks and someone payed it forward to me? I still do that at Starbuck a few times a month.

Recently I decided to Pay It Forward at Magic Kingdom. See my story below:

 

 

Have you ever payed it forward at Disney? I would love to hear your story!




Disclosure: My Disney Park tickets were provided as part of a conference attendance. All opinions are my very own.

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  1. Amanda 8 May, 2013 at 14:56 Reply

    Hey, I’ve seen you have a Windows Phone and thought you’d love this app I found. It’s called Disney Expedition and it gives OFFICIAL wait times and fast pass times!! Really helped on my last trip to Disney World.

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