There is a prolonged stereotype attached to every stoner- they are not productive. Even if you have a medical marijuana card, and you are taking it as a medicine, still, people will consider you lazy. A lot of people believe that if you consume weed, you cannot achieve anything. And you are good for nothing.
But it’s not always true. In fact, there are a number of weed lovers who have learned the art of being productive even when they are stoned.
Cannabis has a bad reputation for making people lazy and unproductive. But if you look at examples like Snoop Dogg and Micheal Phelps, you can see that success doesn’t really depend on your smoking habits.
Many 420 doctors are against the notion that marijuana makes you unproductive. In fact, they believe, if used in the correct way, it can make you even more productive. Nothing can suck away your willpower or your ability to win unless you let it. You can do whatever you want to do. You just need to know the tricks.
So here’s the list of some tips and tricks which you can adapt to make your stoner life more productive.
Keep your Mindset Right
The first and foremost thing to be a productive stoner is to behave like one. This means you gotta have the right mindset about your consumption. And you should know what your limits are. There are a lot of consumers out there who wake up in the morning, start smoking, and keep smoking for the rest of the day, and still are very productive. And there are others who get hit once and don’t wake up for 5 hours.
You gotta be honest with yourself about your limits. And you gotta stay within your limits. You and only you can decide your place on the productivity scale.
Know What’s Right and What’s not
As a productive and responsible stoner, you need to have the senses to decide what’s right for you and what’s not. Anyone can get high and binge-watch an entire show. But only a few are able to carry out a complex task when high. You probably know what your capabilities are after a nice smoking session.
A responsible stoner won’t get too high before anything important. He would save it for the time when he’s free to get high. In order to be productive, you gotta be responsible.
Make a Schedule
Smoking can be addictive. It’s easy to smoke after every second thing you do during your day. Smoking can easily become a habit and hamper your productivity. Therefore, you need to make a smoking schedule and you gotta stick to it.
Being productive is very easy once you have everything scheduled. Keep all the things set in a time frame, including your smoke, and your productivity will be right back on the track. Obviously, it’s easier said than done. But once you do it, the rewards are worth the effort.
Make it your Reward
Many times, cannabis starts to become a habit instead of a recreation. This can really hamper one’s productivity. But you can stop it by making your smoke a reward rather than a routine activity.
You can make a list of tasks that you need to do before you get to smoke again. This will not only make your work more interesting but will also make your smoke sessions more rewarding.
Organization is the Key
To be a productive stoner, you gotta stay organized. There are a lot of ways out there to organize your daily life. Choose whatever suits you. When you have it all organized and planned, the chances of going wrong are very less.
If you have your calendar organized and have all your tasks organized in a list, your productivity will automatically go sky-touching.
Now that you know how you can enhance your productivity, why don’t you give it a try?
One place where you can experiment with your productivity is your own cannabis garden. Try growing marijuana at home where you can test all your creativity and organizational skills, and become more productive.
But before that, you should apply for a medical marijuana grower license. Normally, a person can grow only 6 plants of marijuana, legally. But with this, you can also expand your limit up to 100 sq ft. Give it a try. I’m sure this will help you.
Just remember, don’t let stereotypes break you. Instead, you break those stereotypes.