Ah, marijuana, the drug that makes you think you’re a genius but in reality, you can’t even remember where you put your phone. It’s time to take a step back and reevaluate our relationship with the green goddess.
First things first, let’s talk about the elephant in the room: “recreational use”. Sure, it starts off innocently enough with a joint here and there, but before you know it, you’re having a hard time functioning without it.
So, how do we cut back on marijuana consumption without losing all our friends? Easy, just follow the “one joint a day” rule. That’s right, one joint and you’re done for the day. And if you’re thinking “but what about edibles? They’re not as strong as smoking”. Keep in mind that edibles can take up to two hours to kick in, and once they do, they can have a much stronger and long-lasting effect than smoking.
Now, I know what you’re thinking “but what about all the fun? I can’t have a good time without marijuana!” Wrong. You can have just as much fun sober as you can high. Plus, you’ll remember all the fun you had the next day without the help of a hazy memory.
And let’s not forget the financial benefits of cutting back on marijuana. Think about how much money you spend on it each month! Just imagine what you could do with that extra cash. You could buy a new outfit, a fancy dinner, or even a vacation. In conclusion, cutting back on marijuana can be tough, but it’s worth it. You’ll feel better mentally, physically, and financially. And who knows, you might even have more fun sober than you ever did high.