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I just got my first Loot Crate, the February 2015 box. The theme is Play. It’s very neat. Watch the video and then check out the photos below for a better view of the items and a price breakdown.

If you want to subscribe, you can do so here. Use the code SAVE3 to save $3 on your first box. (Note: This is a referral link. Some of the below links are Amazon affiliate links.)

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outside of the box

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everything in the box, after I repacked it, lol

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the box solo, which can be used to play a game

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Rock Paper Scissors Dice, which can be used alone or with the above game

Similar dice are available here for $3.99.

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You can buy it here on Amazon for $12.95.

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Many decks are available here on the official site. Decks start at $15.

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You can buy it here on Amazon for $10.43.

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The Blueprint Waka-Waka by Manny Peters is available here for $14.56.

The tee by version of this poster is available here for $14.

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You can buy it here for $8.67 (The Kindle version is $3.99).

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A button is worth about $1.

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Retail Value: $62.61
Loot Crate Price: $19.95

I can’t/won’t? estimate the cardboard game box. The total of the rest of it is definitely higher than I thought when I recorded the video. I’d never pay that much for a poster. It’s a cool design though and the tee version is a decent price. Plus I wasn’t familiar with the pricing of the toys. This is definitely a fun collection that I’d recommend.

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I extended my college program into the photopass role. I recorded this a couple of weeks ago. I was (am?) so excited. What is photopass (dpi)? Watch the video y’all. This is what I “knew” prior to starting any of the training. I was talking about getting through everything because I was ending my first program. You go directly from one to the other.

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photo by Scott Smith (SRisonS)

Some official videos from Disney, of course!

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So basically New Year’s Eve always sucks. However, eventually, after this video, I called people who actually care about me. Sometimes you gotta hit up your town back home to find those who care. I mean, as much as I want to make friends here, it’s not like I’m going to know them forever anyway, so I guess it’s not that big of a deal.

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visiting our caseline as a guest during Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

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a truly magical moment, when Jack Skellington dropped in (yes, that’s my “costume”)

some work costumes  "You're all over the backlot"-a friend

some work costumes
“You’re all over the backlot”-a friend

Watch on to find out more about my personal experience as a cast member in merchandise at Walt Disney World.

I believe that the only thing that I forgot to mention (well briefly alluded to) in the video is merchantainment. Merchantainment means entertaining guests. You can do this while working the many functions of your role. I have gotten to do it much more so while I was in greeter role at my store, which I haven’t been doing as much lately.

While merchantaining you can generally chat with the guests, give out stickers or buttons or even play games with them. I’ve even asked children for their autographs “because Mickey asked me to do so”. Another small touch is asking for a guest’s “autograph” instead of their signature when they have to sign for a purchase. Those are the kind of small, yet fun personal touches that add to a guest’s experience. I’m pretty burnt out right now and forgot to mention them in the video. They are definitely worth knowing about though. I may do another video strictly about merchantaining in the future.

from the official DisneyCPInterns channel

I haven’t worked World of Disney yet (due to the construction/traffic/parking issues currently happening in Downtown Disney, aka the soon to be Disney Springs). I do plan to one day though. I have worked the Emporium (the biggest store in Magic Kingdom).

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chatham

bunk bed

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with my sis on move in day

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with my roommate/friend, shortly after, as we needed to go to Walmart again, lol

As of the time of this post, it’s been almost three months since I started the Disney College Program. I recorded this apartment tour video within the first two weeks of moving in. So yeah, it was a while ago. Wi-fi is terrible in the complexes so my blogging has been nonexistent.

Nonetheless, enjoy and I hope it will help if you are about to do the program and trying to pick your top apartment choice.

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