Hi, I’m Kacie. Nice to meet you.

I’ve recently gained some new followers and have made some pretty big life changes since starting this blog, so I thought it might be a good time to reintroduce myself.

I’m Kacie. I’m 27 and I live in Orlando, Florida. I was born and raised in Texas, moved to Minnesota in 2009 to go to university, did an internship at Walt Disney World from 2011-2012, moved back to Minnesota to finish university, and then moved back here to Florida in 2015. *whew*

I studied Theatre and American Sign Language at the University of Minnesota and completely fell in love with the arts scene of the Twin Cities. Honestly, I regret not experiencing more of it while I was there, but I am so thankful for the five years I did spend there.

My passion for Disney started when I wasn’t even a toddler yet. Disney movies were always on at my house, we went to WDW for the first time when I was 10, and I promised my family that I would, “live and work here one day.” Well, here I am. I’ve spent four years working with the Walt Disney Company in various facets all over the country and I have grown so very much. I’m super grateful that I get to work for my dream company and I encourage more people to put themselves out there and explore what you want to do. That could change, of course, but you’ll never know until you try.


I took the pledge to go cruelty-free sometime in 2014, I believe. I did some research on cosmetics tested on animals and I was horrified at what I learned. I then discovered that it’s not only cosmetics, but almost *ANYTHING* that you can purchase at a store has the potential to be tested on animals. So, for two years I’ve done my best to not purchase any cosmetics, household products, clothing, etc. that are tested on animals.

My goal of living a completely cruelty-free life is taking its next steps, as you might be aware of from recent posts. I want to start making sure that I am not only living ethically, but conservatively and with the least amount of impact on our environment as possible. I want to support and live with our Earth, not just on it.


You can find me on other social media like Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter, and YouTube, (links in my About Me section) though I’m not as active on YouTube as I used to be. That is a goal of mine, however. In fact, I think it is a good time for me to talk about my goals with this blog and my other social media.

Online Goals:
– Make more Disney posts.
– Make regular YouTube videos again.
– Learn more about web and graphic design.
– “Meet” more bloggers/vloggers with similar interests.
– Learn the more “business side” of social media.

So, with all of this being said, I do appreciate you immensely for reading this. I’m so grateful for the kind words I’ve received here on my blog and other places online as well. I’ve enjoyed this community so much and I cannot wait to, like I said, meet more of you.

I’d love to answer any questions you might have and I will always take post suggestions from anyone who’d like to request anything. Please, just let me know!

As always, and again, thank you so much for stopping by!

Until next time! ❤


Thrifting – How do I begin?

For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to be a “thrifter.” I love watching videos and reading posts about people’s thrift finds and I’ve always been jealous.

My main goal is to be able to stop supporting “fast fashion” stores with questionable labor practices and wasteful processes.

fashion-industry-impact-infographic-makes-case-for-ethical-eco-fashion-conscious-company-magazine-small(Photo from Indigenous.com See the full post about the fashion industry here.)

Some of my inspiration for wanting to thrift here lately comes from YouTubers like Thrifters AnonymousAlli Cherry and Abby Williamson. These women couldn’t be any more different but I am constantly checking in with them to see what kinds of videos they’re posting and if they can offer me some insight into the daunting task of thrifting. (Alli’s is more of an eco-friendly shopper, while Thrifters take on the task of thrifting on a budget, and Abby is just plain awesome with her fashion choices.)

I think that’s my main problem with thrifting, I’m almost scared to do it. Going into thrift stores always sounds like a wonderful, exciting idea but as soon as I am there, I get overwhelmed and anxious. I don’t know why except for maybe the fact that I’m just used to the typical organization of fast fashion/mall stores.

Anyway, I’m writing this post in hopes that I can reach the beauty/lifestyle/fashion community and see if anyone would be so kind as to offer me some advice for how to get into being comfortable with thrifting and maybe some tips on how to ease my way into it.

If you are one of those people and would like to offer me advice, I will gladly accept it! I look forward to the day where not only my beauty/skincare/health products are being purchased conscientiously, but my wardrobe as well.


Thanks, as always, for stopping by!

Until next time! ❤

I’ve been makin’ videos again.

I have! Well, sort of. I have three YouTube channels that I honestly don’t have time for, but post on very sporadically. It just so happens that I’ve posted on two of them this week. So, I thought I’d share what I posted in case you’re interested.

The first one is a *very*mediocre cover of a song from the Broadway musical, Bonnie and Clyde. In case you don’t know, I have a degree in theatre and I’ve always wanted to perform for a living, but as I grow older, I’ve been realizing that’s a very hard dream to attain, so I’ve only been able to audition here or there for things while I keep one or two jobs. So, YouTube kind of gives me an outlet to perform, and record myself so I can see what I need to improve upon, etc. Anyways, I hope you enjoy it.

The second one is a little montage travel vlog my boyfriend and I made back in January when we flew to Texas to see my family. It’s a bit longer, and is literally just a bunch of clips mashed together with some music. Nothing fancy, but it was fun to make. So, here’s that one. 🙂

I do miss my days of YouTube when I was able to post more frequently. Who knows, maybe I can get started back up again? (As if I don’t already have too much on my plate.)

Anyway, thank you so much for reading, as always!

Until next time! ❤