Whenever I was having a bad day, their posts would always put a smile on my face
On a whim, I started my Weedstagram in December while visiting my parents on winter break. I found myself following quite a few cannabis influencers like Arend, Koala, Mac, and Joya. I was always looking forward to their posts and I realized I wanted to start making weed-related content. I created a Weedtube account and started uploading videos shortly after I made my Instagram. Whenever I was having a bad day, their posts would always put a smile on my face and it inspired me to share my cannabis experience with others.
I loved recording bong rip videos for my friends on Snapchat and I realized I could do the same thing on an Instagram account. I wanted to join the cannabis community and start actively making content.
I started smoking weed to help with my anxiety because it can be quite unmanageable at times. Marijuana is the only thing I've been able to find that helps. It holds a very personal significance in my life and it's helped me through a lot of anxious moments. I love cannabis and how versatile it truly is.
I post my favorite bong rip videos on my Instagram and I've gotten to know a few people in the community through some DM's. I love knowing other people who love cannabis in a similar way and are openly posting about it.
It feels a little silly to have an account where I upload bong rip videos but I honestly love it. The people on my feed never fail to put a smile on my face. Like how can you not smile when you watch Dabbing Granny smoke a fat dab?
The more cannabis content I create, the happier I am. My video making skills are improving and I'm getting more pumped about the content I'm producing. I like what I'm creating and that is what matters. I might not have a huge following, but that's never been what I'm here for. Fame means nothing if you hate what you're creating.