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Tis The Season

As Christmas is nearing us once again, it’s important to bear in mind what it means to be truly giving.


The holidays should be a time of joy to spend with your loved ones. At least that’s the idea on rolling paper. Holidays unfortunately aren’t always like the wonderful movies of your nostalgic rose-tinted childhood.

As you get ready for these days of supposed holly, take a moment for yourself. Read a book or listen to a favourite record and pat yourself on the back for everything you’ve accomplished leading into the final month of the calendar year. I’m sure it’s a lot!


Take time to connect with the loved ones that you still can. If your familial life is sadly unhealthy, don’t feel behooved to be around that kind of toxicity, however. The holidays should be a time of joy and peace, not pain and agony. It’s paramount to remember that those with whom you spend the holidays, don’t necessarily have to be related in a traditional sanguineous nature. Your family can in fact be whoever you choose them to be. You choose.


Speaking of choosing (great segue, I know), as the days get continually shorter, and we approach the first day of an undoubtedly harsh winter, you may find yourself particularly panicked and not knowing exactly just what to buy for that certain someone at the seemingly hopeless eleventh hour. Never fear, for Lakewood Cannabis is here! At the shop, it’s a great time to take part in our Twelve Days of Christmas Sale. What’s on sale, pray tell? I’m so glad you asked.


In a very symmetrical and pleasingly Seussian way, we’re putting up 12% of a different product every day to match. Be it pre-rolls, edibles, vapes or flower. You’ve got lots of options to choose from. Take your time, take your preferential pick and enjoy your spoils!


As Christmas is nearing us once again, it’s important to bear in mind what it means to be truly giving.

If you’re giving a gift to someone out of the kindness of your heart, it should strictly and solely be for that reason, and that reason alone. To give someone agift and expect nothing in return, is true genuine kindness.


Getting someone a gift with the intention that they’ll reciprocate the very same thought back to you, is in essence, a fool’s errand. Also, it’s not kind. No matter how much you think it is. It’s not. It’s both highly manipulative and very unfair. Not a good look on anyone.


Give the gift this season because you want to help someone else out. Not because giving will make you look or feel better for your own ego.


Christmas at its core, is a time to be kind, not vainglorious.

Mary-Jane



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