The Real Reasons to Attend a Music Festival

The Real Reasons To Attend A Music Festival

Festival season is quickly approaching, so grab your tickets and your friends and pack the car or you're going to miss out on the time of your life.


Going to a music festival doesn't make you cool so stop posting pictures of yourself in front of the main stage, and start going for the right reasons.

Getting There

Grab some friends and pile into your car and make a road trip out of it. The journey to a festival is always a ride of excitement, stopping new and different places along the way adds to the trip.

The Experience 

There's nothing like waking up as the sun rises in a hot mucky tent after a night of dancing until just a few hours before and living on PB&J sandwiches without showering for a few days is all apart of the experience, embrace it!

The Activities 

Most festivals offer different workshops and classes. These range from sunrise yoga to learning how to raise chickens. Try something new! You never know what you might learn.

The people 

Immediately after stepping foot onto the festival grounds you are opened up to a whole new world of people. Go with an open and accepting mind because most likely you will meet a lifelong friend who you never knew you needed so badly.

The music 

What's better than seeing one of your favorite artists? Seeing five of your favorite artists in one weekend! Go see your favorite band, DJ, rapper, or singer and leave time to explore new genres!

Most importantly, because you want to, for you

Go to festivals because you love the music and you love to have fun rain or shine. Festivals allow you to embrace your true self (or anyone you want to be) and escape reality for the weekend. Don't go for drugs or to see how out of control you can be, or for your followers to think you're something, but go to experience something beautiful.

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How To Help Your Post Vacation Blues As Told By The Kardashians

They are real!


When the end of an amazing trip comes some people may be left feeling sad or even depressed.

This can include loss of appetite, loss of interest, exhaustion, and nostalgia.

Post vacation blues are defiantly a real thing, so don't feel alone or 'crazy' if you feel that you are experiencing them.

And sadly we aren't all rich and famous like the Kardashains so we can't just take off on our private jet whenever we feel like it.

So how can you go on a super fun vacation, without having to come home feeling down? Here are 8 ways that you can try and help those post vacation blues.

1. Catch up on some sleep


Kim trying to sleep

While vacation is supposed to be relaxing, we all know that sometimes it doesn't always turn out that way and that early morning activities, time change, and jet lag can all cause you to be very tired.

To try and find the energy the next day to get back to your daily duties, make sure that you go to bed early and catch up on your sleep so that you aren't a zombie just going through the motions the next day.

Even uber famous people like Kim need to sleep!

2. Practice self care


Bath time

Go to the gym, take a bath like Kim, or do a face mask.

Whatever makes you feel a little better and relaxed, go for it!

This is a great way to make you feel better and a little less stressed out about being back and having responsibilities.

3. Tell your friends about your trip


Unless you went on it with them, like Kylie does, excuse me I meant *did*

Reliving your vacation by telling your friends about the great experience that you had is a great way to reminisce on it, but also get it out of your system.

Just make sure that it isn't all that you are talking about and that it doesn't come off as standoffish.

 4.   Write a travel blog or make a scrapbook


But instead of Tumblr, it'll be your blog

This is yet another way to relive your vacation in a healthy way.

It can help you save the memories that you made on it, while helping you find closure.

If you make a blog, it could help other people out who are looking to travel there and a scrapbook is a good way to preserve the memory.

 5.  Catch up with people


Hang out with these kinds of people

Spend your free time meeting up with friends and family members to talk about what you missed while you were away.

This is a good way to get you back into the rhythm of being back home and at staying engaged in your life that you put on pause for vacation.

6. Start planning your next trip


What you will be saying if you don't plan it early

Sure you may be sad about your trip, but who said that you can't start planning a news one for the future?

Of course money and other obstacles can be boundaries against you being immediately able to go on another trip, but there is no harm in preparing for the future.

7. Keep yourself busy



Finding a hobby that you enjoy or immersing yourself in your work is a great way to distract yourself from those blues.

So take Kris's advice and find a new hobby!

8. Think about what you have at home


Kris clearly missed her dog, even though I think that is actually Kim or Khloe's

Sure being on vacation can be fun and a great escape, but surely there are things at home that you missed.

Maybe it was your dogs (or cat if you are one of those people) or your friends.

Whatever it was, focus on that and realize how lucky you are to have them in your life!

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