Short post here folks, but a leading indicator as to why quitting weed is so much more important now. This is an article from Livescience.com:
Smoking pot is often considered safer than smoking cigarettes, but a new study suggests that marijuana use may increase a person's risk of death from high blood pressure.
Hi folks or peeps - I hope all are doing well. Wanted to give a short update. Still drug free and learning new skills by the month. I find that meditating, exercise (coupled with a bit of yoga and martial arts) have really improved my well being. Both physically and mentally. As you know, its very hard to quit weed. Its all about mentality and finding fillers in that open time. For me, I started kite surfing and now I'm really thinking about making the change into a digital nomad lifestyle.
I just bought my first home and I'm going to rent it out and have someone else pay my mortgage while I travel the world. My only hold back is getting that cash flow from online sources. This is my most difficult endeavor thus far. It really is tough.
But not as tough as quitting weed though. So enjoy the quit weed guide and keep up the good work.
This month marked my first year of being completely drug free. No more weed. And there were times when this could of easily been broken. Bachelor parties, beach parties, or just the urge.
This year, I improved my health, moved toward eating healthy food, worked on some new ideas and learned more about finance, coding and entrepreneurship.
Thanks you you all for your support.