>>4304>awful pot habit
I'm not going to judge you since I went through a phase of about a year where I smoked or drank almost every day, but maybe you should start watching the effects that pot is actually having on you. For instance, I started to notice the 'no hangover' thing is practically bullshit since even when I wasn't smoking I was still in a concentration-less haze. Even though I was doing it to help me sleep, I was tired all day. Zombified, etc. You also may want to consider why you rely on a substance (if you do) and start thinking about how you can fix that, and just continue enjoying the habit as much as possible, noting where it is not enjoyable in the mean time. But you can also just let it slide if you enjoy it and don't think it's negatively affecting your life and you enjoy it.
I assumed your decision was to do/not do something which would require a work load, but I realise you may just mean a single event. If this is the case, I kind of think you're just over-thinking it. For instance, by either of our criteria your pot habit is not so bad. It's just a choice of how you spend your time. It's not as if that's really a moral decision, you either have something you're working for or not, right? I'm probably more self-motivated than most people, but at the same time I'm afraid that in the end I'll just fail, or I still won't be happy, and I'll find I've wasted a whole lot of time and energy I could have spent just relaxing and enjoying myself.
Still, I don't think my criteria are unrelated to a decision to do something
. If the thing conflicts with my schedule, for instance if I'm meant to be at work, well then I'd consider whether I really give a crap about the job. Etc. Anyway all the best with your situation, hopefully it'll work out either way.
also>mfw you said /adv/