Stoner Cancer sweet Summer is finally here. While you watch your fellow tokin’ terrestrial astronauts pack their sunscreen, sticky green, and plenty of stoner-approved snacks, ready to hit their favorite outdoor smoke spot, you might find yourself feeling like your couch is a more appealing destination. My resilient Crab, it’s been a wild ride the past few weeks…month…year. It’s understandable if you’d rather keep it low key, and close to home while you wait for the cosmic winds to calm. You may not travel very far, but with the sacred herb as your guide, June will be a time for spiritual exploration!
Stoner Cancer, if work requires you to collaborate on any projects this month, be sure to keep the group limited to those who are crucial to getting the job done. You’re not the only one who is feeling a bit off balance. Your peers may also be working through their own unseen cosmic turmoil. And if you get too many hazy brains together, you increase the likelihood for miscommunication, and potentially hurt feelings. You can avoid unwanted conflict by making sure you express your ideas as clearly, and concisely, as possible. Now is not the time for half-baked suggestions, but for well thought out plans ready to be implemented. For the first couple weeks of the month you should put the pipe down, at least while you’re on the clock. In other words, keep your buds and business separate stoner Cancer. Of course, at home you can toke all the time you want to relax and recreate with your favorite strains; but during the nine-to-five, your team will need you fresh, focused, and ready to grind.
Stoner Cancer it can be nice to reminisce; to reflect on the highs & lows, and all of the grade-A ganja from days gone by. Just be cautious you don’t spend too long scrolling through your old pictures, or you will risk missing out on all the new photo ops, and adventures ahead! While you might start out the month feeling like a lethargic homebody, by the final days of June, you will once again get your Crabby groove back. During this time, you should try to avoid those in your canna-crew that you feel are putting off negative vibrations. It’s not that you can’t empathize when someone is having a tough time, but negativity can be caught like a cold.