The worst part of any Walt Disney World vacation is leaving! It's a fact, you can't stay forever. The best way to keep from going crazy when you're leaving is to start planning your next trip immediately. If you are staying on property, seriously consider the bounceback offer. Knowing when you will be able to return will make leaving a little bit easier, but it will still be difficult. If possible and you have time, plan a character breakfast for the morning that you will leave. There are some great choices outside of the parks, so you won't have to add a day to your ticket. If you can't fit a character breakfast into your schedule, still try to do something Disney related that morning. Pick up a couple of last minute souvenirs in the hotel's gift shop, or have Mickey Waffles in the food court one last time. Once you get home, download your pictures if you haven't already. Pick a favorite (or a few) and buy a special Disney themed frame. You may have left Walt Disney World, but the memories that you made will last forever. If you still can't handle the fact that you left, visit DisneyCareers.Com and see if your dream job is available. You wouldn't be the first person to pick up and move to Central Florida to be closer to the magic.