Amanda P. (NDI#76) (20 Posts)

Amanda's experiences with Disney got off to a rocky start at age 4 when she infamously asked her mom in the middle of the Magic Kingdom if she could "go back to the room and color." Her attention span, however, has increased since then, and now she cannot get enough of Disney. She aims to visit Walt Disney World as much as her college budget will allow, and--in between trips--she satisfies her Disney hunger by managing The Disney Driven Life, blogging for Disney College Blog and tweeting from her @discollegeblog account. She strives to live the Disney Driven Life every day, so she can be the best Neurotic Disney Individual she can be.

There is a monthly feature on the Disney Driven Life that you have most likely seen: The Neurotic Disney Person of the Month. Once each month, an NDP is selected for one of many reasons. Perhaps they have done something to advance the Disney Driven Life community, or they show good-will towards others in a manner related to Disney. Perhaps they have a cool site or product, or they’ve done something interesting that makes them stand out as a member of the Disney Driven Life community. Essentially, if they have done something unique, they are a candidate for this honor.

The Neurotic Disney Person of the Month is interviewed by JL (NDM #1), and an article is written about them on the Disney Driven Life. Whatever it is that they are being featured for is promoted, and the person is rewarded with a free premium subscription to! They are also added to the NDP of the month Twitter list on the @DisDrivenLife Twitter account. Overall, it is an honor to be recognized.

To be featured as a Neurotic Disney Person of the Month, an NDP must be nominated. People can nominate other NDPs, or they can nominate themselves. To send in a nomination, simply send an email to JL at Make sure “NDP of the Month” is in the subject line, and in the email, you should state who you are nominating and why. Good luck!

Contributed by: Amanda P. (NDI #76). Amanda is our Community Reporter and creator of the Disney College Blog.

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