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Organize | Putting it Where it Belongs | GTD for Stoners

GTD for Stoners The Stoner Mom’s Crash Course in Life Management Created in 2001 by David Allen, Getting Things Done is a method of managing and maintaining all of your life’s commitments.  In this blog series, I am breaking down the Getting Things Done method, but for stoners. Because stoners can be productive. They are industry leaders and stay-at-home moms. They are doctors, teachers, grandmothers, combat veterans and so much more. If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed with your life’s responsibilities and don’t know where to start, then this is the series for you!     I’m back productive stoners! So...

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What’s in my Stash? | The Stoner Mom Show

    V I D E O | The Stoner Mom Show | a peek inside my stoner stash   Hi friends! Today’s episode of The Stoner Mom Show is an update on an old YouTube video from the early days of my channel. Long ago I shared what my personal stash looked like, but things have definitely changed since then! My stoner supplies have greatly expanded since the beginning days of The Stoner Mom. I have gone through many bongs, shattering at least three that I adored. But I’ve also gotten new pieces, like all the Diamond Glass water pipes...

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The Best Pot Strains For Moms

Does Your Mama Got Problems? I can help. Mother’s have a unique set of challenges when it comes to getting through the day. If you’re a working mom then life is a never-ending struggle to manipulate time and learn to live with the inherent pain that comes with leaving kids during the day. Stay-at-home mothers have many of the same time struggles, but with the added bonus of little people screaming in their faces all hours of the day. Marijuana can help with the most mundane of ailments. One of my favorite uses is to treat the awful symptoms of...

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MINISODE | MADAS 40 | Our Anniversary

Our first minisode! Listen to us lay around and talk about our weird elopement on our anniversary. Also, Kathryn reminisces about America’s Next Top Model, otherwise known as the golden age of television.   Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS   In Episode 40 of Mom and Dad are Stoned: Anniversary talk. How we eloped. If you love this podcast, please consider giving us a rating or review in iTunes. And if that’s too much of a pain in the ass, just tell a friend! Help spread the word about our podcast, and...

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MADAS 39 | Grow Redux | Mom & Dad are Stoned Podcast

David has been growing my medical marijuana for a few years now. In this episode of MADAS, I interview my beloved about how his technique has evolved over the years. Oh, and we recorded this episode in OUR BED! Holy crap, a new level of “work” has been achieved.    Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS   In Episode 39 of Mom and Dad are Stoned: How we set up our at home cannabis grow Keeping your cannabis grow discreet in a house full of kids How our growing methods have evolved...

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7 Tips for Visiting a Head Shop | Stoner Adventures

  STONER VLOG | visiting a head shop for a new water pipe! Head Shop Anxiety A Sunday morning in the suburbs of Colorado. Husband and wife are along, the kids are gone for the day. We get up, take showers and get ready together. Coffee and a few rips off the bong for me while he gathers things up, then, into his car. It’s crisp and sunny, and David and I are heading to visit Myxed Up Creations, a head shop in Denver. I need a new bong badly but I hate going bong shopping alone. Because I’m 34...

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Clarify | Decimate your To-do List while Getting High | GTD for Stoners

GTD for Stoners The Stoner Mom’s Crash Course in Life Management Created in 2001 by David Allen, Getting Things Done is a method of managing and maintaining all of your life’s commitments.  In this blog series, I am breaking down the Getting Things Done method, but for stoners. Because stoners can be productive. They are industry leaders and stay-at-home moms. They are doctors, teachers, grandmothers, combat veterans and so much more. If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed with your life’s responsibilities and don’t know where to start, then this is the series for you! Welcome back productive stoners! In our previous...

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DaVinci IQ Demo + Review | The Stoner Mom Reviews

  Affiliate Disclosure: Hi guys! The Federal Trade Commission requires that media content creators disclose “when there exists a connection between the endorser and the seller of the advertised product”. In compliance with these guidelines please note that some links on my blog are affiliate links. This means that if you click on the link and buy certain items, I may receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. All of my reviews are of products I personally use and would recommend.     DAVINCI IQ DEMO + REVIEW Hi Stoners! I’m so excited to share today’s review on the DaVinci IQ! The...

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MADAS 38 | Your Social Media & Your Kids | Mom & Dad are Stoned Podcast

When our parents were raising us they had the benefit of a society with no social media. They didn’t have to worry about how many followers they had, or if enough people liked the pictures of us that they posted. They could make any number of questionable parenting choices and the world would miraculously go on. Today’s jam-packed episode is all about being a parent and having social media. Ask The Stoner Mom: How can I relax about my cannabis use and the stigma it comes with?    Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android |...

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Capture | getting it out of your brain and into your system | GTD for Stoners

GTD for Stoners The Stoner Mom’s Crash Course in Life Management Created in 2001 by David Allen, Getting Things Done is a method of managing and maintaining all of your life’s commitments.  In this blog series, I am breaking down the Getting Things Done method for stoners. Because stoners can be productive. They are industry leaders and stay at home moms, doctors, teachers, grandmothers, combat veterans and so much more. If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed with your life’s responsibilities and don’t know where to start, then this is the series for you! Welcome back productive stoners! In our previous post...

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Cannatonic Sour Tsunami Strain Review | The Stoner Mom Reviews

  Cannatonic Sour Tsunami | STRAIN REVIEW Hybrid  Sour Tsunami x Cannatonic A cross of two very high CBD strains results in the magic that is Cannatonic Sour Tsunami. Its low amount of THC (<10%) makes this a perfect strain for those inclined to paranoia or those looking to avoid the psychoactive effects of cannabis. High CBD amounts (around 11%) makes this a powerful and therapeutic strain. Characteristics Judged by looks, Cannatonic Sour Diesel is an unassuming strain. Pretty and bright green, loose nuggets with almost no crystal dusting. An aroma and flavor that is mostly earthy, musky, and piney....

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Getting Things Done for Stoners | a Crash Course in Life Management

  Getting Things Done vs Curlicues + Doo-dads The internet is bursting with women and their journals. Bullet journals, Filofax planners, Moleskin grids, and Leuchtturm notebooks. Fancy pens and 300 count marker sets. Browse through Pinterest and you’ll see hand drawn, two-page spreads by people who have clearly dedicated a weekend to creating them. While I do admire the talent behind pins like that, I also have a bit of skepticism about organizational tools that are so beautiful they make other people sick with envy.   What are you Measuring Success Against? Please, don’t say Pinterest. Or Blogs like...

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MADAS 37 | Sibling Stories | Mom & Dad are Stoned Podcast

We’re talking about siblings today on Mom & Dad are Stoned! The ones we were born with, the ones we made, and the ones we forced upon our children. How does being a sibling prepare you for parenthood? We’re not really sure, but we talk about it anyway. Plus, what to do when your family doesn’t think you should get a medical marijuana card.    Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS     In Episode 37 of Mom and Dad are Stoned: Way too much speculation about Dr. Phil Ask The Stoner Mom:...

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Stoner Session + What’s in my Bag? | The Stoner Mom Show

  VIDEO | Stoner Sesh | what’s in my bag?  Hey, it’s a girly video! Sorta. It’s more like my stoner attempt at one of those YouTube archetype videos like, “gorgeous, young YouTuber shows off designer bag and organic eyelash cream!” Or, “Mom Bag Dump: diaper blowout edition”. Today it’s a What’s in my Bag video! For this medication session, I use only portable methods and show off a recent find, Annabis bags, luxury bags for cannabis lovers. I also get good and stoned! Hurray! in this video…  Affiliate Disclosure: please note that in some cases, when you click links & purchase items...

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MADAS 36 | Setting Goals for Stoners | Mom & Dad are Stoned Podcast

Mom and Dad are back for Season 5 of your favorite stoner podcast! In this episode, we wrap up 2016 and discuss our goals for the next year. How do you set goals that a stoner will actually achieve? The Stoner Mom does a deep dive in actionable goal setting. Also in this episode; Westworld, Radiohead, Insecure, and What’s Going on in Dave’s Grow? Enjoy!      Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS   The Best Stoner Podcast is Back! Hi Stoners! I’m so happy to finally be sharing a new podcast...

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Setting Goals for Stoners | Starting 2017 with Intention

  Welcoming 2017! Okay, you guys, I just gotta say it, I adore the new year! As a girl who collects calendars, notebooks, and self-improvement techniques, I never miss an opportunity to evaluate and readjust my life path. Whether it be reflecting on past situations, celebrating the present, or planning for the future, I take an extreme interest in my destiny and how I can shape it. In 2017 I will be sharing a lot of my life management tools; from classic mom techniques, lessons learned, time management tips and more. This post is about my end of year reflection process,...

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