Welcome to My Blog
“Mommy needs a joint” just sounds better to me then “Mommy needs a glass of wine”
Hi, I’m Tara Eveland. I’m a long time cannabis activist and educator. In a nutshell, I help people find, learn about, and use cannabis therapy to maintain a better quality of life.
Hempy Hope was created to bring awareness and education to others, as well as a way to provide recommendations about products I personally use and love, and things I am passionate about.
In my family owned boutique you’ll find cannabis lifestyle, apparel, & accessories, as well as seasonal styles with new arrivals almost daily. We stock sizes XS-3X in most of the inventory we stock, take a peek now. I’ve owned my boutique since 2015 and we are so thankful for our loyal customers at Higher Purpose Boutique. (Update: Closed boutique in 2020 due to CV)
About 10 years ago I began my first online business, in the network marketing industry. I have now been with my current company, Mydailychoice/Hempworx since December 2017. I have completed each extended educational course via the eCStherapy Center offered by Dr. Regina Nelson. This is the only accredited and continuing education course of it’s kind and is widely used by new dispensaries in training budtenders on general cannabis health. In 2019 Tara became certified to teach the level one Cannacian course and certify others that are interested in continuing their education. Level 2 and 3 of the Cannacian courses are able to count towards the yearly required continuing medical education hours most healthcare personnel must take. Learn more about the courses here.
Activism has been part of Tara Evelands life since 2002. A longtime NORML member, Tara started the first chapter at her local southern Indiana University and went on to serve as the event coordinator at Colorado NORML in 2019. During the legislative session months Tara can be found at her current state capitol building meeting with lawmakers to discuss policy reform, testifying in committee meetings, or leading rallies and protests on the steps of the building. Tara Eveland has organized and led community activism rallies and protests since 2002.
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