Food and Drinks to Carry to a Music Festival

If you’ve been to a music festival already, then you probably already know that the stalls there sell costly the food and drinks. Even a bottled water is expensive! And though we are aware they’re high-priced, mostly unreasonably priced, we still buy from these stalls because they’re the ones available. The thing is purchasing from stalls isn’t a practical idea. If you want to save money, you’d be wise enough to pack your own snacks and beverages.


Just because you have no money to bring for food doesn’t mean you can’t go to the festival! You might be close-minded about this, saying it’s a burden, but trust me; it’s convenient and clever to bring your own food.

Since it’s just a festival, you don’t have to pack heavy food. Just be sure to bring ones included in our list, and your stomach won’t complain during the festival. Here’s a tip: When packing, be sure that the food and drinks are in a cool box or bag.


  • Protein Bars – Be sure to choose protein bars with less sugar than the usual ones in convenience stores.protein bar with nuts
  • Dried fruits – Don’t miss the chance to eat healthily in a festival! Bring dried fruits in Tupperware.
  • Hard-boiled eggs – Eggs contain a lot of vitamins and minerals, and they’re fun to eat too!
  • Homemade muffins – Bake muffins at home using your favorite recipe and you’ll enjoy the music festival even more!
  • Meat – If you stay longer than a day, then you can bring meat and cook it on a barbecue for the first day.
  • Nuts – Whether they’re almonds or not, these are still good for your heart. Besides, they’re so easy to bring and share with the squad.
  • spaghettiSpaghetti – Fill your stomach with noodles! I suggest you stay away from instant noodles; they take a lot of time to break down in the body. Home-cooked spaghetti is better!
  • Homemade Bread – Use your Breville BBM800XLto make delicious-tasting bread! Nothing’s healthier than homemade food.
  • Spreads – Carry with you on-the-go jams and peanut butter; they will go well with your homemade bread.


  • Water – To save money, carry your own bottled water. Don’t bring glasses—they might cause injuries.
  • Homemade smoothie or juice – What’s sweeter and healthier than your favorite homemade juice?

Music By Clash Of Clans


We all know how music can be, especially when it comes to our mental health. Not only does it help boost our motor functions as we start our day doing what we need to do, but also helps improve our cognitive functions as we continue our day doing what we want to do.

We also know how music can be, especially when it comes to our emotional fitness. Not only does it help boost our verbal expressions as we continue our day doing what we need to do, but also helps improve our nonverbal expression as we finish our day doing what we want to do

But did you know that all these and more can be achieved when you listen to music by Clash of Clans?

You see, this mobile game is not just known for its simple gameplay and elaborate screenplay that helps one to go beyond his own limits as he plans and strategizes on what would be best for him in-game. It’s also known for its simple approach when it comes to one’s mental health by helping that person take on others’ limits by boosting his motor functions via easy-to-experience touches and improving his cognitive functions via easy-to-see visuals.

You also see, this mobile game is not just known for its simple controls and elaborate insights that helps one to go beyond others’ limits as he evaluates and applies what could be best for him in-game. It’s also known for its elaborate approach when it comes to one’s emotional fitness by helping that person take on his own limits by boosting his verbal expressions via easy-to-see visuals and improve his nonverbal expressions via easy-to-use touches.

And the best part of it all – and yes, aside from the fact that you can always learn more about Clash of Clans on

It’s Clash of Clans being a game for people from all over the world, no matter who they are and no matter what they’ve gone through. It’s also Clash of Clans being a game for people from all walks of life, no matter what they do and what they’re going through.

Because at the end of the day, every musical score for Clash of Clans are just like every other music out there – food for the mind, drink for the heart, and one with your soul.

What about you?

What do you think about music? What do you think about Clash of Clans?

What do you think of the music by Clash of Clans?

Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below!

Reasons Why You Need to Listen to Music More

Music is a stress-reliever

Have you ever tried using jig saws? They ease anxiety, don’t they? Just like woodworking, listening to music can also relieve us of stress. More about saws here


Research shows that listening to music can alleviate stress and decrease the symptoms of depression. According to the researchers in the UK, particular songs can lower anxiety levels by up to 65%. It’s possible because music combats cortisol (stress hormone) in our body. This makes music an excellent medicine for the mind, especially since stress causes nearly 60% of all our sicknesses. Plus, those who sing and play percussion instruments were found to have better improved immune system compared to those who just listened.

Music can make us happy

Studies prove that listening to music we like can make our brains release dopamine, which is a feel-good neurotransmitter. Dopamine allows us to feel happy, excited, and joyful.

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Music can give us nights of good sleep

Did you know that more than 30% of Americans suffer from insomnia? Researchers discovered that students who listened to classical music for 45 mins. before sleeping slept better than those who just listened to a particular audiobook or did nothing new from their ordinary program. Catch more Zs with Mozart tonight, and you’ll know what I mean!

Music improves learning and memory


Studies show that music can help us learn and remember info better. However, this fact would still depend on how much you love the music or whether you’re a musician or not. In one study, subjects were asked to memorize Japanese characters while they’re listening to music which seemed neutral or positive to them. The results? Those participants who were musicians learned better with neutral music but had better results when they listened to pleasurable music. On the other hand, non-musicians learned better when positive music was playing, but they tested better with neutral music. But whether or not you’re a musician, one thing’s for sure: Music can make you better.