Hello everyone, and welcome to my first catch up post of the year… and already, I have SO much to tell you!
In my last catch up sesh, I mentioned how I wanted to officially launch my YouTube Channel, Mandy Jean World. Before the New Year, I had uploaded a few videos here and there (the most prominent being my Disneyland Paris vlogs) but what I really want to do is to provide new content every week. So far, I have Continue reading “Catch Up With Me | Launching My YouTube Channel, Our London Adventures… AND My Engagement Story!”
It’s time for Top 10 Tuesday again! Every other Tuesday I will post a Top 10 Countdown of my fave nerdy fandom goodness. This week I’ve been listening to a tonne of Disney tunes so that can only mean one thing… Here are my top 10 favourite Disney soundtracks! Continue reading “Top 10 Tuesday | Disney Soundtracks”
It’s that time again, a time all Disney fans excitedly anticipate: D23. D23 Expo is the one and only official Disney fan convention where all your wildest Disney dreams are made a reality: there’s panels, stalls, museums, celebrity guests, and so much more. But, of course, the most exciting part of it all is official announcements of upcoming movie productions in the House Of Mouse. Today I wanted to share with you all the D23 announcements, my thoughts on them and what I’m personally most excited for in the next coming couple of years; 2017 – 2019! Continue reading “D23 Expo 2017’s Upcoming Disney Movie Announcements | My Thoughts So Far”
Happy World Book Day! I hope you’re having a great day celebrating by catching up on your favourite tales, or maybe by reading new adventures in the great wide somewhere.
I was recently inspired by Disney‘s “Dream Big, Princess” campaign to create a post on our beloved Disney Princesses and heroines. Too often, I hear too many non-magical folk describe Disney females as “not being healthy role models” for children, and I want to prove them wrong. If it wasn’t for Continue reading “Pop Culture | World Book Day Special | Our Favourite Disney Princesses & Heroines”