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Aspirations and goals

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by runfromtaco, Sep 29, 2010.

  1. Hi all, I've started this thread for a few reasons.
    (Please move this if this is in the wrong section)

    1.To get advice from my peers(you.)
    2.To provide other people in a likewise situation a place to get advice.
    3.To see other peoples advances/setbacks in maintaining/achieving their own personal goals and dreams.

    A little background about myself, I'm 18 years old and a high school graduate. I smoke anywhere from 1-5 times a day and have been smoking since I was 14. But lately me and my friends have been a little confused and frightened to some degree about the future. I go to community college part time and I just recently quit my job of 2 years to reduce a little bit of stress in my life. But now that there is no job and a small amount of schooling, it feels as if I'm wasting my life! I want to do and see more but I'm confused as to how to go about it, a few questions.

    -I smoke frequently and I personally don't see it as a problem, but has smoking seriously set you back in your goals? I worry about the money/5-0 all the time and as much as I love cannabis, I don't want it to ruin my life.

    -How do I avoid the stigma of a 'stupid pothead'? While I may be a pothead, I'm by no means an unintelligent one. :smoke:

    -Is it feasible/responsible to smoke for the rest of your life? Marijuana relaxes me and allows me to work on a task with complete focus, I would like to live my life with marijuana but is it even possible to be a full-fledged 'adult' and still burn the herb?

    -I want to go to school for computer sciences, although I have no experience I am A+ qualified and computers have always interested me since I was a younger. I'm currently not enrolled in any compsci classes. Is it possible for me to self-teach? I don't expect everyone to be able to answer this question but if anyone in the field happens to look at this thread, your help will be greatly appreciated!

    -With the majority of my friends (and all the girls!!!) gone off to college, I hang out with only one or two people. After high-school, how did you all meet new people?

    I want to one day own my own arcade, but theres a lot that needs to be done before that can happen. Post your goals and maybe someone can help you.
  2. #2 Thebatman, Sep 29, 2010
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    Ive stopped smoking so I can't futher my career in baseball, and to possibly get a scholarship
  3. Many adults live full and succesful lives while enjoying marijuana daily. I know when I was younger, in high school especially, I would burn before most things, but as I matured I learned to prioritize things, instead of smoking continuously throughout the day if you do, try and cut back to the evenings after the majority of your work/responsibilities are over. The best advice I've ever received about bud was let the bud enhance your life, not run your life. Maybe a two week t-break is in order and you can get yourself settled/see how life is without the bud for awhile.

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