Enter the Minnestoner World

Hi, I’m Minnestoner Girl, a hippie chick who smokes cannabis.

I started MinnestonerGirl for a variety of reasons. Many of them I didn’t even realize until I started down my path of creating this MinnestonerWorld around me.

I didn’t like who I was, or the life I was living. One day I decided to try and start manifesting a new life and a new me. I wanted my life to encapsulate what I loved about life and the pieces of me that I love, but had left behind.

It is never too late to be the person I’ve always wanted to be. I decided at 27 I wanted to try being just me. This is my story of finding me, MinnestonerGirl.

I was diagnosed in 2016 with Depression, Anxiety, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I started experiencing unexplained and uncontrollable panic attacks that same year.

If you have stumbled upon my page by happen stance, you will see there is so much more to my personality than my mental health issues.

I have struggled with depression most of my life, but most recently I began struggling with crippling social anxiety. In 2017 my mental health began interrupting every aspect of my life. I have been unable to hold down a ‘regular’ job since then.

I have a very strong work ethic. I have held down a job since I was 14. I joined the Army at 17 and spent my first year of college at Army basic training. I was deployed for a year overseas from 2011 to 2012, I was just 20 years old. I was instilled with a strong sense of pride in my work from the Army, also a crazy intense work ethic.

When I separated from the Army I buried myself in my work, rather than deal with my mental health issues. I became a workaholic of sorts, and at the beginning of my mental breakdown I was working two jobs, totaling 65 hour work weeks.

I always found safety in my work, but my mental health took the ability to have a ‘normal’ job. So last summer I set to work on myself for myself. I started building MinnestonerGirl July of 2017 to keep me busy.

I have used Cannabis for recreational purposes sparingly throughout the past 3 years. I didn’t become a daily smoker until 2016. I did not take the time to educate myself on the medicine I was taking, Cannabis.

It wasn’t until late last year that I started to explore alternative options to all the pills I was taking daily. That fueled my passion for my research on MaryJane. The information I have learned and the affects I experienced by the knowledge I have gained has truly been mind blowing. I’m here to share that story. It’s an ongoing story, that is being written as you read.

I know I am not alone, and I am on a quest to find my tribe of like minded stoners’. I want to help break down the stigma’s surrounding cannabis and mental health. All while building a lifestyle that encapsulates me and who I have always wanted to be. I am unique, quirky, weird, awkward, funny, silly, entertaining, kind, but most of all happy.

Join me, follow me on my quest to finding the true me, through my mental illnesses, my past experiences, my future adventures, and life. This is my life, I am MinnestonerGirl.

2 Comments

  1. brittany star

    i really enjoy your instagram feed and i just read through your blog!! i can relate to you SOOOO much! i was diagnosed bipolar, then they changed it to major depression with panic attacks and it’s just been hard to find counselors, or even the right pills. i started smoking back in 2013 and i’m so glad i did!! i am a daily dabber and it’s really helped me cope with my depression and anxiety! it helps me eat, think better, be more productive!! i have food allergies as well and when i was sick from them smoking really helped. I enjoy your feed and just wanted to say hello and keep your doing thing girl!!! 😘💕🤟🏻

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    1. minnestonergirl

      thank you so much for taking y0ur time to reach out to me. It really did make my monday t0o come on here and read your comment. thank you so much for continuing to stay up to date with my MinnestonerGirl content. I plan on doing more as I become more accustom to Filming, editing, proof reading and uploading!

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