If you're like me, you can relate to endless late nights desperately trying to finish tasks for class, work, or personal life after hours, days, or weeks of putting it off. If you're like me, you put off those tasks by saying "It'll eventually get done" or "I'll do it later." If you're like me, you are a procrastinator.
I have been this way since I could remember. I would stay up long nights throughout middle school, high school, and more often in college. Combine procrastination with being a stoner... I would have to push myself to get anything done, or rely on my friends/mother for motivation. This is when I needed to apply self-awareness. I needed to find an effective solution to be more productive self-sufficiently. I figured out that I needed to plan ahead.
This is what I sought for this blog: finding ways of becoming and helping others become more productive, all while indulging in the medical and recreational benefits of CBD and THC.
Monday, November 5th marked three weeks since I embarked on my THC tolerance break. I started smoking regularly in my second semester of Freshman year in college, then daily in my sophomore year. From then on I've been aboard the THC express train with no foreseeable stops. We all know the incredible benefits of the combination of THC and CBD, but too much of anything good can have negative effects if you don't have proper self-awareness. By the summer after graduation, I knew I needed a break.