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Try new things
Think about trying new things, whether that means new hobbies or new ways to smoke weed. Try cooking some foods, buying a type you’ve never had before, or checking out a variety recommended by your budtender. These new experiences can lead to great memories and new ways to spice things up in life.
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Combine smoking with other activities
Humans are creatures of habit who form rituals and schedules, sometimes without even realizing it. While habits are great and should be encouraged, it’s nice to try something different every now and then. Switch a smoking routine by combining it with new activities and making weeds a complement rather than a main activity. Smoke some weed and go for a walk or smoke just before your workout and see what happens.
Take tolerance breaks
Knowing the importance of a tolerance break is a great way to start a person’s relationship with marijuana. It can also help save some money in the long run so a person can smoke less and get taller.
Know your limits
A helpful approach to cannabis this year might be to know and learn your limits when it comes to your weed use. While smoking weed can be a great experience, the most important thing is to maintain a healthy relationship with it, in which a person takes advantage of their benefits without relying on them for fun or other reasons. Exploring and deepening your relationship with marijuana can help people understand what works for them and what doesn’t.