It's about time that I revealed the December bullet journal spreads! It's been stressful deciding exactly what I wanted this month to look like. It's beneficial to sketch a mock layout in spare pages in the back of the journal, something I wish I did. Mock outlines will be a task to implement in 2019.
Christmas is just around the corner! As you know, I am a huge procrastinator and of course I forgot to get gifts for my friends. Don't be dismayed if you're in the same position, there's still time! I've compiled a list of 12 relatively inexpensive gifts you can get your beautiful stoner friends in time for Christmas!
Being a stoner is amazing, we can all agree. However, turning a blind eye to the negatives is not conductive to your productivity. It's important to have self awareness. For me, if I've spent the previous night smoking a lot, especially after smoking all day, I'm more likely to wake up late and feel sluggish. Sometimes I don't wake up on time or never get anything done. It's called the "Weed Hangover." Most of you are familiar with this.
One thing I have found to help with the weed hangover is establishing a routine. CBD is an amazing tool for eliminating most symptoms of the weed hangover, however, many people in illegal states do not have access to or funds for CBD products.
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.
During my next trip to Cinder, I picked up a few things I needed. As you shall see in my next post, I've gone on a THC tolerance break for a month. Due to this break, I only picked up a few things, all CBD based. Sunday's at Cinder are Self Care Sundays, which means all CBD products are 15% off! Check them out!
This is what this blog was named after: my endless supply of kief that keeps growing every week (betcha liked that rhyme). I have a three inch grinder that collects a massive amount from the surface of my ground bud. My kief is filled halfway in the compartment. This is growth from the beginning of June when I last smoked it all. A mix of THC and CBD goodness!
I stopped by my new favorite dispensary: Cinder. The staff was very helpful. I told them what I was seeking and they delivered. I was seeking a CBD vape pen that was inexpensive and they tried hard to find one for me (even though I didn't get one). I walked away with everything else I was seeking.
Cannabis & Glass.
I recently bought a lot of weed (legally finally!) in Spokane's cool dispensary, Cannabis & Glass. The bud tenders were so friendly and helpful, and gave me what I was seeking. My goal was to walk away with some hybrids and indicas.