Cannabis as a legit business expense

As an insurance agent, I handle 100% of my work over the phone or through the computer.

Funny story, but my first day in the office at this job was also my last day. The very next day the quarantine was announced, and so I started working from home. 18 months later, give or take, and I still work from home. The company saved so much money on rent they just closed down the offices permanently and all employees work from home. This works for me in a lot of different ways, mostly because now I can smoke cannabis whenever I want and never have to worry about it. I do have a vape pen, and it is fully loaded with cannabis distillate all the time, but I only use it when I need to. If I am at the movies, for example, or a sporting event, then I use the vape pen because you obviously can’t light up a marijuana joint in a place like that. Vape pens are discrete and quiet, and they contain enough THC to take the edge off. But in my humble opinion, nothing compares to smoking the marijuana flowers and buds themselves. In a joint, a bowl, a bong, or a blunt, cannabis is my favorite medicine, and it also keeps me relaxed enough to do my job. My productivity has gone way up since I started working from home and smoking cannabis all day long. If only I could tell the bosses about this, maybe they could cover my cannabis costs as a business expense!


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