Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Why I Took My Baby to Walt Disney World

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Staying on Disneyland Resort Property

Welcome to this month's Blogorail Blue Loop. Today we are sharing some tips to help you plan your Disneyland vacation.

If you're a Walt Disney World Resort regular like me, booking a Disneyland Resort experience can seem both stressful and strange. Unlike Walt Disney World Resort, visitors of the park have many options including Good Neighbor Resorts that are so convenient they are in walking distance of Downtown Disney and the two theme parks. Therefore, the options are seemingly endless.

However, if you do have your heart set on staying on property at Disneyland Resort, you're in luck. There are three fantastic options for your resort hotel experience.

Monday, November 23, 2015

Holiday Gift Guide: Must Have Clothes for Plus Size Disney Fan

Welcome to this month's Blogorail Black Loop. Today we are sharing our holiday gift guides.

*This post may include affiliate links.* 

It's not easy being a "Pooh-sized" guest at Disney Parks. In fact, clothes shopping in general can be pretty miserable for us bigger girls.

Just like most clothing stores around the country, plus-sized Disney guests like myself are saddened by the limitations of the XL shirt and other merchandise. I always want to get something cute to wear outside the parks, but often my selection is restricted to one or two items. I could pick something up from the men's department, but it looks like a tent on me instead of a fitted piece of clothing.

Fear not, Disney fans. There is an answer. Below is my guide to cute, fashionable and fun Disney-inspired clothing for your holiday celebrations and beyond.

Monday, November 16, 2015

How to Thank a Disney Cast Member

Welcome to this month's Blogorail Orange Loop. Today we are sharing stories and ways you can thank Disney Cast Members.

Let me let you in on a not-so-big secret: few, if any, Cast Members work at Disney because of the money. The front line Cast Members that you see on every visit for the most part make a little bit more than minimum wage. Most Cast Members work at Disney Parks and Resorts simply because they love it. They are passionate and they truly enjoy making magic for guests.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Infant Sleep Support with Gerber Good Start Gentle®

*Note: This post is a part of a promotional program with Gerber® Good Start® Gentle and MomSelect. While I was compensated for this placement, this post reflects my honest and candid thoughts on the program.

Before my son Ryan was born, I took classes and read books. Lots of them.

I took a class on how to bathe and change my baby. I took classes on breastfeeding. I took an infant CPR class. I watched videos upon videos on the items on my registry. 

I didn't, however, really prepare for the science behind infant sleep. I wasn't immune to all the parents on social media lamenting their lack of sleep; yet I never really took it too seriously. Maybe I thought they were exaggerating? Regardless, I didn't give sleep the weight it deserved. 

Sleep is everything. 

For both mom and baby, sleep affects the entire day. Attitudes, level of patience, happiness are all directly related to the amount of sleep a baby his or her parents get.

Sleep gives babies energy and puts them in the mindset to explore and learn as they are  going through the crazy and scary process of growing and developing.

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Welcome to Disney Springs

Goodbye, so long, farewell my friend. Goodbye, so long farewell.

Downtown Disney, it was really nice knowing you; however, you have to make way for Disney Springs! As of September 29, the switch was official. At first I was only marginally excited about the big switch but with announcement and announcement my excitement has grown. I'm only sad Disney Springs didn't exist when I did my Disney College Program.

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Review: The Harbor Lights Theater Company's RENT

"There's only us. There's only this. Forget regret or life is yours to miss. No other path. No other way. No day but today." 

My name is Rosanne, and I am still, to this day am a "Renthead." Seeing The Harbor Lights Theater Company's inspired performance Saturday night at Snug Harbor in Staten Island only reaffirmed this for me. It also reaffirmed to me that local theater  is still alive and well in Staten Island. (More on this later)

Friday, September 25, 2015

Finding Neverland on Broadway

As I mentioned in my previous post, my husband and I took full advantage of Broadway Week, where select shows offer tickets at half price. In addition, my parents also took part in Broadway Week, and added to our two shows by purchasing tickets to Finding Neverland. This was an awesome surprise as the film Finding Neverland is one of my favorite movies.

Friday, September 18, 2015

A Timeless Classic Lives On: Les Misérables

Last week my husband and I braved downpours and Times Square (one of my least favorite combinations) to go see Les Misérables on Broadway.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Nightly Fun at Jellyrolls

Welcome to this month's Blogorail Green Loop. Today we are discussing some of the best bars and lounges at the Disney Parks.

When I think about my favorite bar, I'm transported to Walt Disney World. I know that seems strange. I live in New York, where there are a plethora of bars on every street in Manhattan. But few of them offer the excitement, entertainment and simple fun that Jellyrolls has each and every night at Disney's BoardWalk.

What makes Jellyrolls so special? Here are my top three reasons Jellyrolls is a step above the rest: 

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Special Tasting Events at the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival

Welcome to this month's Blogorail Red Loop. Today we are sharing what you need to know to get ready for the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival.

The Epcot International Food and Wine Festival is not to be missed for so many reasons: the Eat to the Beat Concert series, the opportunity to sample delicious food from around the word, the exotic drinks, and so on. But did you know that there's more to the festival than sampling from the booths and seeing shows at the America Gardens Theatre?

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Candlelight Processional Dinner Package - Worth the Splurge

Welcome to this month's Blogorail Orange Loop. Today we are sharing ways to splurge on your next Disney trip that won't break the bank.

Monday, August 10, 2015

Make Your Own Baby Food with BEABA Babycook Pro

Monday, July 13, 2015

Small Town Fun at the Staten Island Zoo

Welcome to this month's Blogorail Peach Loop. Today we are discussing zoos that your family needs to visit.

Photo by Thomas Mottola
Living in New York City, I have a group of terrific zoos practically in my back yard. Two of the most famous zoos, the Bronx Zoo and the Central Park Zoo, are less than an hour away. While they are both amazing zoos, the zoo I was most excited about visiting with my newborn is the Staten Island Zoo. 

Never heard of it? I'm not surprised! The Staten Island Zoo is a small zoo in the West Brighton section of Staten Island and it's a gem that often gets overlooked. 

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Stuck in the Middle with IBD

Editors Note: A version of this post appeared on Caring for Crohn's, an Inflammatory Bowel Disease Blog that I contribute to. In the future, I will be reposting articles I write for that site here. I hope you enjoy hearing about this important side of my life.

When I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis nearly a decade ago, I was told my case was “mild” and I should go on living my life. I had no idea what I was in for at that point. In fact, I was relieved to find out it was ulcerative colitis (which seems laughable at this point) after being told for more than five years that it was “all in my head” and I just needed to relax. I was told to take Asacol and resume my normal activities. As it turns out (I’m sure you’ll be shocked by this) I couldn’t resume my normal activities.

photo credit: Cuddles via photopin (license)

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Disney Parks - Worth the Price of Admission

Over the July 4th weekend, my family and I traveled to Long Beach Island on the Jersey Shore. It was a wonderful, relaxing weekend and my son Ryan did great during his first extended trip away from home.

Monday, July 6, 2015

Traveling with babies? Use a grocery delivery service!

Welcome to this month's Blogorail Black Loop. Today we are sharing our must haves when we are traveling with little ones.

This weekend, I'm heading down the Jersey Shore for a little rest and relaxation. That used to mean packing a small bag with a bathing suit, a few pairs of shorts and a few tee shirts, but with a six month old, that means that we've been packing the car for two days.

If you had to add one more item to our mid-sized sedan, I honestly don't think you'd find the space. And that is precisely why, in November when we travel to Walt Disney World for eight days, we're using a grocery delivery service.

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Why Selfie Sticks Were Banned from Disney Parks

Happy Saturday, readers.

Yesterday morning I awoke to people both celebrating and lamenting Disney's recent decision to ban selfie sticks. While I personally don't use a selfie stick and while I am pretty happy with Disney's decision, I thought I'd share why Disney likely is enforcing this rule.

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

An Animal Kingdom Breakfast Delight - Tusker House

Welcome to this month's Magical Blogorail Orange loop. Today we are sharing some of the best breakfast spots at Disney.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Introducing the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration On-the-Road

Last Monday, I had the privilege and honor to attend the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration (DisneySMMC) On-the-Road in New York City.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Disneyland Turns 60: Space Mountain Opens in 1977

Attention Space Travelers...You are clear for launch.

Our launch sequence has commenced. It is now 1977 on What's the Point? Why was 1977 an groundbreaking year for Disneyland? Space Mountain opened it's glorious gates on May 27 of that year.

Space Mountain Top Platform

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

A First Timers Guide to Epcot's World Showcase

Welcome to this month's Magical Blogorail Blue loop. Today we are sharing the must-dos on your first Disney vacation.

You've heard the rumors before. "Epcot is boring." "My kids hated the World Showcase." "Do the rides in Future World and hop to another park."

I'm here to dispel those rumors. In my opinion, Epcot's World Showcase is one of the only experiences truly unique to Walt Disney World. I'll admit it, when I was a child I would run through the World Showcase with my parents and never truly take in how magnificent this part of the park was. It wasn't until I spent the time enjoying each pavilion that I understood how beautiful and amazing this area is.

Friday, May 1, 2015

Shaming Cast Members

This morning, while enjoying my morning cup of coffee and perusing Facebook, I came upon a post in a group of former Disney College Program participants. The person posted a photo of a current Cast Member, using her name. He complained that Cast Members have been rude his whole trip to Walt Disney World and that when he was a Cast Member in the 1990s, he would have never been as grumpy and rude as this particular Cast Member.

The photo showed a Disney's Hollywood Studios Cast Member who wasn't smiling. It would be a stretch to say that she was frowning, in fact. She just wasn't smiling. He also said that she wasn't friendly when she was asked questions.

Was this good show? No, it wasn't. If she was in fact, not friendly, was she doing her job correctly? No, she wasn't.

Was it right for her photo to be plastered on Facebook? HELL NO.

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Nursery or no nursery? That is the question.

As a first time mother, I was thrilled to find out the hospital I was giving birth in kept babies in the rooms with mothers unless for some reason they had to go to the NICU. Thinking about this gave me comfort. I would have my son with me and nobody could take him away from me. When my family visited me, he would be there with me to meet them. When he cried, I would be there to comfort him.

I would be able to observe the care he received at all times. I would be able to feed him when he was hungry and bathe him when he needed it. My husband and I were so excited to share our private suite with him.

It was theory.

In practice it was a trying experience.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Review: The Hunchback of Notre Dame at Paper Mill Playhouse

Note: I am a season subscriber at the Paper Mill Playhouse. I was not compensated for this review, nor was I given tickets in exchange for this review.

In 2010, my husband and I visited the Paper Mill Playhouse for the first time. My husband loved the play "Lost in Yonkers" and I bought him tickets, expecting a second rate production on a similar level to a local theater. Instead, what we saw was a Broadway-caliber production for a quarter of the price. The following year we decided to take the plunge and become seasons subscribers and we have renewed each and every year since.

It was purely by chance that Newsies premiered at the Paper Mill Playhouse the following season. It was so well received that it ended up on Broadway and won multiple Tony awards. Since then, Disney Theatrical Productions and the Paper Mill Playhouse entered into a special arrangement for their up-in-coming shows. The Hunchback of Notre Dame is Disney Theatrical Production's next project, and it seems that it will be following in Newsies footsteps.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Managing the WDW Crowds: Extra Magic Hours

Welcome to the next stop on Blogorail Red. Today we are discussing how to manage the crowds at the Disney Parks.

Walt Disney World is a magical place, but sometimes the parks can feel a little less than magical when you're waiting in endless lines and oppressive heat. What if you could enter the parks an hour early, or hang out in the parks a couple of hours late? Sounds great...and you can if you're staying at any one of the more than 25 Walt Disney World Resort hotels. 

Monday, March 16, 2015

Ryan's Magic Kingdom-Themed Nursery

Last August when I found out I'd be having a baby boy, I knew what kind of nursery I wanted - a Magic Kingdom nursery. I did not want something that had a ton of cartoon characters; rather, I wanted something more subtle. Magic Kingdom was a terrific option, but I didn't know how I would pull it off...until I started perusing Etsy!

Magic Kingdom Posters

I started off by searching for the old Magic Kingdom posters. I was able to download a few and print them by myself. I then purchased plain 8x10 frames from Michael's. Here's the finished product:

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Updates to Soarin' and Toy Story Mania!

File this under "it's about time" - two of your favorite Walt Disney World attractions are getting much-needed upgrades.

Thomas Smith, social media director at Disney Parks, announced on the Disney Parks Blog on March 5 that Soarin' is getting a new theater and Toy Story Mania! is getting a new track. In addition, Soarin' is getting a critical technology update. The screens and the projection systems are going to get an upgrade.

I don't know about you, but I'm glad that Disney listened to the fans.

Soarin' has a wonderful interactive queue, but the line is incredibly slow because it loads one theater at a time. As much as I love this attraction, I will not ride this unless I have a Fastpass. By increasing capacity by one third, the line will move much faster.

Even more exciting than the new theater is the upgrades to the projection system. The first time I rode Soarin' I had butterflies in my stomach. It was magical because it immerses you into the screen. Over the past few visits, though, I have noticed black spots and apparent flaws in the film. These two upgrades will certainly help me re-love this attraction.

Toy Story Mania! opened at Hollywood Studios during my public relations internship in 2008. I rode a few times during the cast preview and I loved it so much, I wanted to ride it over and over again.

Unfortunately, that isn't possible because of the lines. Toy Story is a notoriously slow loader and painfully long line. In the day of paper Fastpasses, you had to be at rope drop and run to Toy Story to simply get a Fastpass before they ran out. I saw people dragging their children by their arms. (I wish I was joking, but I'm not.) Now with Fastpass+ you must secure your Fastpass as soon as possible. Re-riding means wasting at the very least an hour.

With this attraction increasing its capacity by a third as well, it will be able to service many more guests per hour, meaning that quite possibly, you'll be able to ride more than once a day and getting an elusive Fastpass will be less difficult.

Will the impact of these changes be as great as I am imagining? We will see in late 2016 when the upgrades are completed. What do you think about the refurbishments? Sound off in the comments section below. 

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Celebrating St. Patrick's Day 2015 at Raglan Road


Welcome to those of you joining me from Disney Donna Kay and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the second stop on our Magical Blogorail.

On this special Magical Blogorail loop, this Italian girl will tell you where you can have the luck of the Irish at Walt Disney World on St. Patrick's Day. You cannot miss the Mighty St. Patrick's Day Fest at one of my favorite places on Walt Disney World Resort property - Raglan Road Irish pub in Downtown Disney.

Raglan Road - Downtown Disney (Photo courtesy of
Raglan Road is a bright spot that has become a staple in my Disney World itineraries. In the past few years Raglan Road has delivered, in my opinion, in creating a very entertaining place where you can also get a good meal and a refreshing drink.

Entertainment at Raglan Road (Photo Courtesy of
At first glance you will notice that Raglan Road is quite large! There is seating on the inside and outside of the building, so on those cool winter nights do not hesitate to ask for a table outside. (For those extra-cool nights, there are space heaters on the outside patio) In a rush? There is counter-service fish and chips on the side of the restaurant. On the inside of the restaurant, you will notice an Irish flare, with dark wood and Celtic influences.

Dalkey Duo (Photo courtesy of
Raglan Road serves lunch and dinner daily. The menu is pretty extensive, offering traditional Irish food with a modern twist. My husband and I almost always share "Appetizer D'lirrah" with whoever we are traveling with. This appetizer sampler includes:
- Dalkey Duo: Beer Battered Sausages
- Scallop Forest: Battered Scallops with Citrus Lime Dipping Sauce and Sweet Chili Jam
- Heaven on Earth: Baby Back Ribs in a Guinness Glaze (*Truly heaven on earth)
- Drunk Chicken Skewers: Whiskey Marinated Chicken Skewers with Honey Mustard

St. Patrick's Day

Heading to Walt Disney World shortly? Well the timing of this post is perfect because Raglan Road's 2015 Mighty St. Patrick's Festival is running March 13 through March 17. You can RSVP via the Raglan Road Orlando Facebook page.

The food is just one part of what makes Raglan Road so special. The entertainment is what really makes Raglan Road a hot spot. Right in the center of the restaurant is a stage where authentic Irish performers are featured. From Irish bands in kilts to a fabulous Irish step-dancer that performs nightly, you will never be bored while dining at Raglan Road. During the Mighty St. Patrick's Festival, they have an amazing lineup of performers every night.

Entertainment at Raglan Road (Photo Courtesy of
Finally, what is a St. Patrick's Day celebration restaurant without a well-stocked bar?  The bar at Raglan Road features imported, domestic and local draught beer, your typical bottled beer and a pretty extensive list of craft beer. For those of you who like to sample, be sure to ask about their beer flights. In addition to beer, the bar also features a comprehensive whiskey and wine list.

Happy St. Patrick's Day from The Disney Point!

Thank you for joining me today. Your next stop on the Magical Blogorail Loop is Magical Mouse Schoolhouse.

Here is the map of our Magical Blogorail should you happen to have to make a stop along the way and want to reboard:

1st Stop ~ Disney Donna Kay
2nd Stop ~ The Disney Point (You are here!)
3rd Stop ~ Magical Mouse Schoolhouse
4th Stop ~ My Dreams of Disney
Final Stop ~ Return to Disney


Monday, March 2, 2015

Celebrating St. Patrick's Day with Potatoes Two Ways

Welcome to the next stop on Blogorail Teal. Today we are discussing St. Patrick's Day recipes. 

Yum! This Blogorail loop is making me HUNGRY! Happy St. Patrick's Day to all of you. This Italian girl wishes you the luck of the Irish this St. Paddy's Day!

My fiercely Italian Nonna would probably be horrified by this, but I just love Irish food. In fact, Shepherd's Pie is one of my favorite meals. I believe that my love for Irish food stems from my love of potatoes. Therefore, I'm sharing two of my favorite potato recipes.

Why two?

photo credit: Bathroom Scale-001 via photopin (license)

Since the birth of my little bundle of joy this December, my husband and I are focusing on eating healthy. We are currently doing the DASH Diet - Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. Never heard of Dash? Neither did I. However, US News & World Report chose the DASH diet as the Best Diet, Healthiest Diet, and the Best Diet for Diabetes for 2015.

Therefore, I'm sharing two recipes - Betty Crocker's Potato Soup & DASH Diet Potato Skins. The potato soup is a savory treat for any potato lover and ,for those watching their waistlines, DASH Diet's potato skins will hit the spot on St. Paddy's Day.
 photo credit: Naked spuds via photopin (license)

Betty Crocker's Loaded Potato Soup

Shopping List:

  • A package of bacon
  • A large onion
  • 2 32oz cartons of chicken stock
  • 2 lbs of potatoes
  • 2/3 cup of butter
  • 3/4 cup of flour
  • 4 cups of milk
  • 1 teaspoon of salt
  • 1 teaspoon of pepper
  • 1 cup of ham (diced and cooked)
  • 1 8ox container of sour cream
  • 10oz of shredded cheddar cheese
  • 3/4 cup of sliced green onions
  • In a large skillet, cook the package of bacon until crispy and drain on paper towels. Once cool enough, crumble the bacon (or cut into small pieces) and leave it on the side.
  • Leave a few tablespoons of bacon grease in the skillet. Cook onions until tender (about 6 minutes). 
  • In a large pot, mix onions, chicken stock and potatoes and bring to a boil. Once boiling, reduce the heat and cook 10 minutes (or until the potatoes are tender). 
  • Back to the (same) skillet: melt butter. Stir in flower with a whisk until smooth and cook and stir for one minute. Stir in 2 cups of milk. 
  • Pour the contents of the skillet into the pot. Add an additional 2 cups of milk, salt and pepper. 
  • Cook over medium heat. Stir frequently with a whisk, until the soup is thickened and bubbly. 
  • Stir in ham, half the bacon, the sour cream, 2 cups of the cheese and a 1/2 cup of green onions. Cook until the mixture is heated and the cheese is properly melted. 
  • Add toppings as you wish - the remaining bacon, cheese and onions.
DASH Diet Potato Skins

Shopping list: 
  • 2 medium russet potatoes
  • Butter-flavored cooking spray (I like "I can't believe it's not butter") 
  • 1/2 a tablespoon of rosemary
  • 1/8 tablespoon of ground black pepper
  • Preheat the oven to 375
  • Wash the potatoes and pierce several times with a fork
  • Place the potatoes in the oven and bake until the skin is crisp (about 1 hour)
  • Cut the potatoes in half and scoop out the insides, leaving about 1/8 of an inch attached to the skin. Be careful, they will be very hot. 
    • You can keep the insides for other uses. For example, make mashed potatoes for your kids
  • Spray the insides of the skins with a butter-flavored cooking spray.
  • Press the rosemary and pepper into the inside of the skins.
  • Put the skins back in the oven for 5 or 10 minutes
  • Serve
Tip: If you can't have potato skins without bacon, consider cooking a few pieces of turkey bacon and chop into small piece to garnish the skins. 

I hope you have a wonderful St. Patrick's Day! Thank you for joining me today. Your next stop on the Blogorail Loop is The Disney Chef. 

Here is the map of our Blogorail should you happen to have to make a stop along the way and want to reboard: 
1st Stop - Sparks of Magic - Gluten-Free & Kid-Friendly St. Patrick's Day Snacks! 
2nd Stop - The Disney Point - Potato Soup & DASH Diet Potato Skins  (You are here!)
3rd Stop - The Disney Chef - Corned Beef With Wilted Cabbage and Blue Cheese - Epcot International Food and Wine Wine Festival 
4th Stop - Manda’s Disney Blog - Guinness Cupcakes and Mickey Rainbow Fudge! 
Final Stop - Disney Mamas - Celebrating our Heritage with an Irish Cream Pound Cake

Monday, January 26, 2015

MyFitnessPal at Disney

Welcome to the next stop on the Blogorail. Today we are discussing fitness apps. 

Are you still committed to your resolutions? If you are, congratulations. I've struggled with my weight my entire life, and because of that I know about the agony of having to stick to a diet on vacation. A trip to Disney Parks can be particularly trying, given the wide array of delicious food and treats available in the parks and resorts. 

Luckily, technology may help us stick to our diets or simply make sure we aren't getting out of control. One app that I find particularly helpful is MyFitnessPal. MyFitnessPal is a wildly popular calorie counter, diet and exercise journal. The best part about MyFitnessPal - it's free and easy! 

Are there limitations to using MyFitnessPal at Disney Parks? Yes, unfortunately. In New York where I live, any food establishment that has more than five locations must post calorie information on menus. Thanks to Obamacare, this has been expanded nationally to any chain restaurants with more than 20 locations. At this time, Disney is not required to post this information.

This does not mean you cannot use MyFitnessPal during your Disney location. Here are some tips:
  • You can find generic entries for most items. For example, you can search scrambled eggs and use the information already provided in the app.
  • If you do not want to estimate, full nutritional information can be found at any quick service restaurant upon request. Caution: you may be handed a physical binder and it may take a manager a few minutes to get it to you.
  • If you have a FitBit, which the next blog in our loop will cover, be sure to link it with MyFitnessPal. All that walking that you're doing crisscrossing the Magic Kingdom will give you a few extra calories to play with just in time for a Dole Whip. 
As more Americans get used to having calorie counts at local restaurants, there will be more pressure on Disney to provide this information. Newer restaurants are making it easier for patrons to obtain this information. For example, calorie information is available on the kiosks during lunch at Be Our Guest. 

Also, keep in mind that you are likely significantly more active at Disney Parks than you are on your average day. Does this mean you have a blank check to eat whatever you want? No. But if you do "cheat" a little bit, remember it's not the end of the world. Pick one or two snacks that you want on that day and stick to your calorie counts otherwise. For example, if you've been craving a churro since your last visit, go for it. But for your other meals, try and make healthy choices.

Have you used MyFitnessPal at Disney? What was your experience like?

Thank you for joining me today. Your next stop on the Blogorail Loop is Adventure in the Great Wide Somewhere.

Here is the map of our Blogorail should you happen to have to make a stop along the way and want to reboard:
1st Stop - Sparks of Magic - Nike+ Running 
2nd Stop - The Disney Point - MyFitnessPal (You are here!) 
3rd Stop - Adventure in the Great Wide Somewhere - FitBit