High Thoughts New Year Resolutions

Updated: January 9, 2018

In case you're somebody who uses the expression "New Year, New Me", you likely think of a summary of things you will do in a different way each January first. Your summary may incorporate things like getting more sorted out and halting your all bad habits. But we, at High Thoughts Headquarters, decided that we're going to do it differently this year - we decided which weed related things we'll do more or stop doing in 2018.

Check out High Thoughts New Year resolutions:

1. Going on A Trip to Amsterdam City

We decided we need to be in the center of weed tourism at least some time to really experience the unique culture of Netherlands. You're definitely going to see High Thoughts' team around there.

2. Trying Out More Weed Strains

What's also on High Thoughts list, is trying out more weed strains. Because why not add another skill to your reefer collection, while you're fulfilling the craft of joint rolling? Getting acquainted with different weed strains and figuring out how they all have a unique effect, will open a way to a new world of cannabis use.

3. Getting New Stoner Accessories

You may use the New Year as a reason to refresh your stash or to update it if you don't yet own all stoner essentials. And don't simply stop at including more graphics stuffs into your ordinary wear - look for new smoking accessories as well!

4. Using Cannabis in Cooking

Here's something for all those who love to cook and also for the ones who don't. Have you already tried cannabis with some nice steak or in great curry dip? Or even the real hemp cookies? If not, then this is your time! Try cannabis in cooking for flavor, decoration and more. We sure won't miss an opportunity to cook some delicious cannabis-infused dishes. We'll try not to forget to post recipes or two to High Thoughts Lounge.

5. Learning New Ways of Joint Rolling

Last but not least, High Thoughts team has decided to practice another skill! Rolling a joint can be hard at first. However, in time, you'll get yourself ready to roll an ideal joint in a matter of seconds. With the use of our awesome rolling papers, we'll try out our expert hands at complex shapes, similar to a cross joint or even a scorpion joint.

 

After reading High Thoughts New Year resolutions, we're sure a unique weed related idea came into your head as well. Will you be joining us on New Year's path of stoners resolutions?

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