Here's info about upcoming events I'm hosting or collaborating on with other folks!
2/23/19: Sushi+Doobie Rolling Workshop and Hand Sex Lesson, Los Angeles, CA.
2/28-3/2/19: Cannabis Nurses Network Conference, San Diego, CA.
3/8-3/12/19: SXSW (Speaking on 3/9/19 on Making Disclosure Sexy), Austin, TX.
3/14/19: Late Night Date Night presented by Field Trip, San Diego, CA.
3/27-3/31/19: SoCal Glowing Goddess Getaway, Coachella Valley, CA.
4/21/19: Ashley's 33rd B-Day
4/28/19: Cannabis and Sexuality Presentation, New Living Expo, San Francisco, CA.
Looking for a specific event? Notice that I'm coming to your town and want to schedule something while I'm there? Do you have a retreat or run a resort that would benefit from my workshops? I'm scheduling new events all the time! Email me with your requests for facilitation!
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I love stoners. I love stoners the way I love cat people - they just get me. One common thread I've found among stoners is there seems to be a series of unwritten rules, a code of conduct, stoners just kind of understand. The following are my personal rules I've adopted and observed. What are some of yours?
I moved to California in August 2013 and I got my medical marijuana card in March 2014. I have chronic migraines so I meet the state requirements for a MMJ card. I promptly found a dispensary and started trying strains. Being born and raised on the East Coast, where the only options were "weed" or "no weed," I was excited to get my hands on some renowned California cannabis.Read more