My reviews: 1:1 (CBD/THC) Capsules by Care by Design

These are very convenient and great for people who don’t want all the calories or sugar from edibles.
A little more CBD than THC in each capsule.

There are a few different ratios that the capsules come in. Care by Design also has some great CBD/THC cartridges as well.

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My reviews: Papa & Barkley Cannabis Infused Gummies Berry Burst

The texture on these reminds me of fruit roll ups. I feel it’s more than a fruit chew instead of gummy. The flavor is good and the ingredients are super clean.
They don’t have any sugar either which is super nice. Usually gummies are loaded with sugar.
They also have a few non – vegan flavors which I have yet to try. I will be trying the Vegan Tart Apple flavor next. Stay tuned.

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Zoloft withdrawal complete? Yes. Yay!

I am just looking back at when I wrote last. I started the process of tapering off of Zoloft last year. April 4 was my first day completely off. ¬†May was horrible. ¬†I thought with the year taper it wouldn’t be that bad. ¬†I was so wrong. ¬†I felt like shit most days. I couldn’t jump, run, or hike. I was nauseous¬†all the time. If I moved too quickly, especially my head it was like my brain couldn’t keep up with the movement. ¬†My body hurt and I didn’t think I would ever feel better again. ¬†Thank goodness I do. I started on 25 mg of Zoloft and worked my way up to 150 mg over the course of about 3 years. Then I started my taper, it was about 10% less per month I took. ¬†I started taking Zoloft at the suggestion of my shrink. ¬†I was so sad all the time, couldn’t get out of bed. Thought I was going to die every moment of the day. ¬†Zoloft helped me not feel that way anymore and so far, those feelings haven’t come back.

I told my doctor I was doing the taper so she prescribed Wellbutrin to help with the withdrawal. ¬†Unfuckingbelievable. The bad part is I am taking it so now I want to get off of it as well. ¬†The lame thing is that I am on the extended release pills and I can’t just cut them down to taper. ¬†Apparently, if you cut them in 1/2 they are no longer extended release and that jacks everything up. ¬†So I will be making a trip to the doctor to let her know that was the worst I have felt on a daily basis since I quit drinking. I wonder how much of a kick back they get from the pharmaceutical companies? This time if she suggests something else I will decline. ¬†I am doing pretty good with fish oil and Ashwagandha. ¬†It should be interesting how she recommends I¬†taper off Wellbutrin.

The paper lady has been a lot quieter but she’s still out there every morning and could give no shits about what the landlord says or if she is bothering anyone. It sucks too because our landlord is so nice. This woman once paid her rent in $1 bills and I know her rent is at least $1300. ¬†They have a couple kids living in their studio and they are not in school for some reason. ¬†I saw her coming in the other day, it was still dark but it was about 6 am and she had 2 extra large candy bars in her hand. ¬†I don’t have any kids but I don’t think it’s a good example to set for your grandkids that candy bars are good for breakfast, especially if they are sturdy in the first place.

We decided we’re gonna move. Not because of the neighbors but we’re going back to the mainland. ¬†More of everything over there. If I were 25 years younger living here would be ok but I am not. ¬†I want to be able to drive more than 50 miles to get somewhere. I want to be able to shop online and not see the *we don’t ship to Hawaii or *prices do not apply if you’re in Hawaii. ¬†I want to live somewhere where it’s not so expensive. I can’t save anything and it sucks. ¬†Also, I seem to be complaining a lot lately and it’s because I am unhappy. ¬†Soon it will change.

 

 

 

 

Apartment Life – The hillbillies

My bedroom window overlooks one of the parking lots in our building and there is way more action there than if I am looking off of the lanai. The bummer is the window has glass slats and a screen so my view isn’t ideal for pictures and some of this stuff has to be seen to believe. I can see all the lanais of the people that live in the building next to mine from the bedroom window too. Most of the people are pretty mellow because they are old. The only thing that happens with them is the ambulance/fire department are here a few times a month. ¬†In the building next door, ground floor and the closest to the street there are some people living who we call the hillbillies.¬†¬†The apartment is the same size as ours and we live in studio/1 bedroom. So basically a large room divided by wood doors with a kitchen and bathroom attached. I always know the dad is coming home because his car is super squeaky, ¬†It’s actually an SUV¬†but it’s only 2 doors. The first time we saw all of them pile out of the car was funny, like 10 clowns coming out of a mini car. Their family consists of the dad and mom (she was gone for about 1 year, ¬†she’s back now). Two older kids (a young man (his girlfriend) and a young lady) prob 19-20. Twin boys about 11, a daughter about 10 and the baby (she’s like 3 now). They all live in the apartment. I heard our landlord is letting them stay there till the dad saves enough money to move the family out. The older son doesn’t work, his girlfriend does and so does the older daughter. We are always so curious where they all sleep. The dad pulled up the other day in a Chrysler 300. He has to park it on the street so he’s feeding the meter for it. So now they have two cars, he keeps driving the squeaky¬†car so maybe he is watching it for someone? The dad works construction and they all seem pretty happy. It’s very “family” over here and I like it. ¬†I appreciate it, I miss mine.

The apartment they live in is the same size as ours and we live in studio/1 bedroom. So basically a large room divided by wood doors with a kitchen and bathroom attached. I always know the dad is coming home because his car is super squeaky, ¬†It’s actually an SUV¬†but it’s only 2 doors. The first time we saw all of them pile out of the car was funny, like 10 clowns coming out of a mini car. Their family consists of the dad and mom (she was gone for about 1 year, ¬†she’s back now). Two older kids (a young man (his girlfriend) and a young lady) prob 19-20. Twin boys about 11, a daughter about 10 and the baby (she’s like 3 now). They all live in the apartment. I heard our landlord is letting them stay there till the dad saves enough money to move the family out. The older son doesn’t work, his girlfriend does and so does the older daughter. We are always so curious where they all sleep. The dad pulled up the other day in a Chrysler 300. He has to park it on the street so he’s feeding the meter for it. So now they have two cars, he keeps driving the squeaky¬†car so maybe he is watching it for someone? The dad works construction here in town. He’ll come home and they will all pile into the car to go grocery shop together. I think it’s pretty cool to¬†see how other people live. ¬†It helps me accept and appreciate the differences. ¬†The dad is always smiling and I never hear them yelling or fighting. That’s a lot more than I can say about other families I know who don’t even live together.