I love the variety of phone apps available these days.
You can do everything from tracking your entire fitness routine to having complete control of every smart device in your house.
I remember when the cell phone market was dominated by flip phones that had minimal internet connection options if you were lucky. Blackberries were essentially the proto-smartphones that paved the path forward for all mobile technology. It’s just daunting to think about how quickly this technology has enmeshed itself into the very fabric of each person’s daily existence. I’ll admit that my smartphone is the first thing I look at in the morning and the last thing I look at before falling asleep. I order my food and schedule grocery pickups with little to no physical effort because of the basic features most cell phones share these days. And to make it even more interesting, you can now buy pot on the internet in states where it is legal. After I downloaded an app to find an online pot store near my location, I stumbled upon all of these similar companies and dispensaries offering home delivery with a small additional fee. The idea of getting my cannabis delivered to my front door seemed like a dream come true. Better yet, most of these internet marijuana dispensaries have their own apps that you can download to your phone to make ordering even easier. Otherwise, you can go directly to their website in your favorite internet browser if you want to see what cannabis strains they have available for home delivery. In some cases you can order curbside pickup as well.