I smoked a little weed in high school and college. Not a lot, but some. Over the years since college, I've smoked a joint here or there at parties or BBQs but almost always when I had a boyfriend who smoked weed. As a single woman, I rarely smoked and never sought out marijuana. I don't know why but for some reason I tended to limit my own intoxication preferences to wine.
The cannabis industry in Canada, especially in BC and Vancouver Island is taking off!
Dispensaries, medical marijuana, recreational … herb, oils, tinctures, creams, edibles! These are ground breaking and very exciting times for cannabis product manufacturers and consumers alike.
With a bounty of cannabis products to choose from, knowing what is in the product as far as cannabinoid potency can be overwhelming to figure out.
Your logo is critical but you know that already. How many versions of your logo have you been through so far? Likely several and you know that likely, there will be more revisions in the future.
Your Logo Needs To Be Representative of You.
It must convey the image you want your customers to have of your company.
One in four women has had a migraine and, it turns out, the debilitating headaches affect three times more women than men.*
That stat seems astronomically high but then again, I am one of those one in four women. I first began to experience migraines after my second child was born. I chalked it up to hormones and a new job working with a company that manufactured fragranced body products. After several months and roughly 4 mind-numbingly awful migraines, I left that job only to discover that the headaches kept coming.
The legal marijuana market is exploding with some people estimating it to be worth a whooping 4 billionby 2025.
This brand new industry represents an opportunity for women to help shape the way we use, grow, package, and sell cannabis. With groups such as Women Grow in the mix encouraging and supporting female-led businesses in this sector, women are teetering at the edge of a whole new world.
For decades now we have been told that cannabis is evil, that it has no redeeming medicinal qualities and that our government considers it to be as addictive and dangerous as illicit substances such as heroin.
Potheads are depicted in mainstream media as dazed and confused stoners with no drive and no useful contributions to society.
the action of promoting or publicizing oneself or one's activities.
If only self-promotion were as simple as my dictionary makes it sound. In real life, self-promotion will be one of the most difficult things you will face. It is hard, make no mistake but you will get better at it because you will practice and I will push you.