I constantly keep cannabis inside the art studio

Weed, art, plus songs are my “holy trinity” of the creative process.

I am a writer plus a painter, who is blessed enough to receive a living with her passions.

I’m one of the rare few that gets to do what they prefer every day. In order to set myself up for success, I bemoan the aforementioned holy trinity. My office/art studio is filled with inspirational works of art. I have paintings plus drawings all over the walls. I also have songs playing in the art studio 24/7, even when I am not in it. Finally, I keep the room well stocked with several different strains of cannabis so that I never need to take a chop to get stoned. Sativa strains are my favorite because they are a muse for artists plus creative types. For those of you who don’t know the true basics of cannabis, there are two predominant types, sativa plus indica. Indica gives a full-body high that is undoubtedly relaxing. Indica is the best for watching films or hanging around doing nothing, plus it’s fantastic for using just before bed. Sativa is a real mental high that perks up my brain plus fuels those creative impulses. I prefer keeping sativa close at hand, because it’s a ready source of inspiration for my art. I only smoke cannabis in the art studio, because I don’t want that intense pot smell to fill the house. I’ve been told that cannabis edibles are fantastic for artists, because they come on gradually plus last for a long time. I also prefer to smoke sativa.
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