We just got a whole new section of Glow Toys for you to play with. Light and pocket sized, you can take them with you and create fun for everyone wherever you go. Choose from poi and juggling balls to sensational Space Whip and orbiters. The new sparkle star is the Orbiter, with 6 lit up points, its programmed to make designs of light as you twirl it. So inexpensive and travel ready, take them everywhere.
Optimism is a choice, not a reaction.
One of the best ideas we came across over the holidays was taking one word, and making it your mantra for the year. As we all know, New Year’s resolutions aren’t very effective (don’t worry it’s not just you, the science suggests it’s impossible for most people).
Having one word is better. It can act as a touchstone for many areas in your life, whether it’s health, relationships, or work, and you can adapt it to circumstances as they change around you.
Our word for 2018 is easy.
We’ll try to explain.
The default attitude for many people who think of themselves as smart, engaged and widely read is cynicism. In a world beset by [Read more…]
Calling all Music Makers! Would you like to win a chance to play a set at Lucidity Festival 2018: Rising Dawn? To welcome in this new chapter of Lucidity, we invite you to create an original song using our Elemental Sample Pack, containing one-of-a-kind sounds inspired by the 5 Elements (but with our own lucid twist!) The winner will be chosen by the voting public and our music curation team.
Click on this link to enter the contest and find out the rules, regulations, and details:
Contest Ends Dec. 31.
[REPOST] Everfest put together this article – its lots of fun! by Marcus Barnes
photo by Galen Oakes
As festival culture becomes more ingrained into mainstream society, businesses will of course direct their marketing and ideas towards festival lovers. That means lots of gadgets and products designed for those who’ll be camping, or spending a day at one of the many events that occur all over the world.
Some people like to have a back-to-basics experience when they’re at a festival: no-frills, no gadgets, just a tent, a sleeping bag and the bare essentials. Others go to the opposite extreme, bringing everything including the kitchen sink with them, or showing off with an array of useless gear. Most of us float somewhere in the middle of those two ends of the spectrum, wanting some comfort and convenience but also happy to engage in a challenging, enriching experience.