Daily Blog #144: Sunday Prep- How to Clean your Dab Rig

Greetings and Salutations, my dearest blog readers, today we are discussing cleaning your dab rig. If you have been following me on social media, you know I have been in a big dab phase right now, the wax getting me to my medicated state faster, with less fuss, and giving me such a clean andContinue reading “Daily Blog #144: Sunday Prep- How to Clean your Dab Rig”

Blogmas Day Twenty: Andalou Naturals CannaCell Skin line review

I was blessed enough to have my awesome friend and coworker Katie give me a wonderfully thoughtful gift and it also gives me a great chance to review it because wow what a great line! So, first things first, this is NOT sponsored AT ALL but the company, but they are cruelty free and vegan,Continue reading “Blogmas Day Twenty: Andalou Naturals CannaCell Skin line review”

Thanksgiving Prep, also, Happy Thanksgiving! Or, Happy Day I hope is awesome!

Wednesday Greetings and Salutations, Blog Readers! Today is Wednesday and we are diving into all my Thanksgiving prep…And due to the grocery shopping being so crazy, we are leaving blogger limbo bit and entering into a more live blogging style of blogging where I blog as I go along, prepping. I have done very little,Continue reading “Thanksgiving Prep, also, Happy Thanksgiving! Or, Happy Day I hope is awesome!”

Daily Blog #94: Whoops, forgot to post a blog. 32 has been rad. RIP our bubbler.

Friday Afternoon  Greetings and Salutations, my dear sweet blog readers! When last we spoke, it was the day of my birthday, and as you may recall, I had some major goals for my new year. I also had an eppihany that I am trying to take into account for my 32nd year on the planet.IContinue reading “Daily Blog #94: Whoops, forgot to post a blog. 32 has been rad. RIP our bubbler.”

Daily Blog #92: My thoughts on 31 as I look toward 32.

Monday Morning (nearly Noon)  Greetings and Salutations, my wonderful blog readers. It is late in the morning on Monday morning and I am grinding out my time for the week. Last week, I had Friday off, but thankfully I had the foresight and ability to get caught up last week and this week I amContinue reading “Daily Blog #92: My thoughts on 31 as I look toward 32.”

Some of my recent tries/favorite Hemp products

As everyone falls in love with Hemp and CBD, and some of us continue to be in love with he full spectrum that is cannabis, I thought I would write a quick blog about a few new Hemp based products I have tried, and my thoughts on them. Please note, this post is 100% notContinue reading “Some of my recent tries/favorite Hemp products”

Hemp+Skincare=Abbi is all over it: Review of Andalou Hemp Stem Cell Face Mask "DeTox Mask"

Greetings and Salutations!  Today I am reviewing a new mask I saw and had to try! I saw this on Amazon Prime Now, and for ten bucks, I realized, I could get a hemp based face mask delivered to my door in a couple of hours. The mask, you will see from the pictures, isContinue reading “Hemp+Skincare=Abbi is all over it: Review of Andalou Hemp Stem Cell Face Mask "DeTox Mask"”

Sunday Prep: “How to clean your…bong!”

It’s time again for another Sunday Prep blog, this time about how to clean your bong. I have talked about this before, and today, we are going to talk about cleaning your bong. I believe in trying to wash my bongs thoroughly like this once a week, and change water daily. This is a briefContinue reading “Sunday Prep: “How to clean your…bong!””

Part the Fourth- Medical Marijuana, Politics, and Stigma

And some things I didn’t say on the podcast. Hello! This is the fourth (and I believe final) post on this series about medical marijuana and the stigma and politics around it. As you may have gleaned from the first three blog posts, I was trying to lay a foundation of information that we wouldContinue reading “Part the Fourth- Medical Marijuana, Politics, and Stigma”

Part the Third: Medical Marijuana, the Stigma and Politics

My first ever government teacher, Mr. Smith, began our very first lesson, a class of Advanced Placement students, seniors, taking our first ever government class, the one required by the state to graduate, with one of the greatest two lessons I ever learned about politics. “Politics” he said, writing the word on the board. “Poli,Continue reading “Part the Third: Medical Marijuana, the Stigma and Politics”