Mind Offline is an alt-rock band based out of Vancouver, BC. Having celebrated their one year “band-iversary” last September, they cannot wait to grow together, evolve, and experiment in the years to come. Their music effortlessly entwines delicate vocals with catchy melodies, lyrics, and unique instrumental riffs.
In your honour as a naturalist, writer and social disrupter, we wish to dedicate this post to your memory… Happy Birthday Henry David Thoreau. WORDS TO LIVE BY: I went to […]
That moment in which nature moves forward, and your ego lets go. This is where I am at, right now. Why is that simple statement so difficult to embrace? I’ve […]
Take me back. Each weekend I make it part of my ritual to get outside. I am a supporter of the “adventure walk” in order to revive ones creativity & […]
Wanderlust: that inevitable journey of the soul that connects one to the other; be it a place a practice or a person. Such was the case with our evening at […]
In the past 3 years LBH (www.lovebeinghere.com) has gone from inception which took place at the music and art celebration, Life is Beautiful Festival in it’s inaugural year.. born of […]
The dawn is breaking A light shining through You’re barely waking And I’m tangled up in you Yeah When Henry David Thoreau declared “We need the tonic of wildness”, […]
WB Yeats once said, Wine comes in at the mouth and love comes in at the eye; that’s all we shall know for truth before we grow old and die. […]
"When writing a song I think it’s important to have both, so when you’ve found one you know you’re halfway to starting a decent song. That process itself can take anywhere from ten minutes to the end of your own life but the important part is not rushing it."
She was fierce, she was strong, she wasn’t simple. She was crazy and sometimes she barely slept. She always had something to say. She had flaws and that was ok. […]
With the world whispering today of the decay and rust of humanity, we silently offer up prayer for Paris. It’s in times like these that we must lay down our […]
Welcome to the next chapter. Every next level of your life will demand a different you. I am sitting with the truth of this statement, trying it on, feeling around […]
“She did not find the grim in falling apart. For every time she found herself to be broken, she knew she was brutally remaking herself, and collapsing to be […]