The first thing you need to do when starting out as a stoned stoner is get a good understanding of your own personality and what drives you to write your own songs.

Here are the most important steps you need in order to get started.

1.

Find an ideal songwriting environment.

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not one for a lot of the stoner music I’ve heard.

It’s often not conducive to the kind of creativity I’ve come to enjoy, and it’s often just not my thing.

But that doesn’t mean I’m going to ignore it.

The fact that I love the idea of stoned music means I have to find a way to find an environment that I enjoy.

There are lots of options for writing stoned songs, but the one I’m particularly looking for is a space where I can be myself and not be defined by my surroundings.

If you want to make music for yourself, you need a place where you can let your creative juices flow freely.

That can’t be a bar in the middle of the night.

2.

Write down your ideas.

I know that writing down your idea for a song can be a bit overwhelming, but there are certain things that you have to do in order for your idea to become a song.

First, you have the song.

You have the idea.

And then you have a few other things that are important in order that your idea can become a part of the music.

These other things are often called the ‘theme’.

3.

Take a deep breath.

You’re almost there.

Your idea has formed the core of the song, but now you have two things to work with.

The first is your lyrics.

You need to write down some words that describe your experience of the day.

The other thing is the melody.

It must be a melody that you can relate to and that you relate to in some way.

4.

The rest is just about playing around.

There is a lot that can go wrong, and you want the song to sound good.

And this isn’t to say that you should make everything sound perfect, but that it’s better to get something off the ground and have something to work from.

I like to make a song about my own journey through stonedness, which is a very common experience for me, so I tend to start with a fairly basic song idea and gradually build up to a song with a lot more layers.

In other words, I like songs that start off fairly simple, but build towards something that is more complicated and requires a lot less thinking.

For example, I might write down a few simple words that sound like they could be from a book.

The song will eventually get a bit more complicated with the addition of a lot larger elements, but it’s still something that’s not too daunting.

You can start with just a simple idea, but if you get stuck, there’s always the option to build up a complex song.

5.

Get out of the house.

If it’s a Saturday, you’ll probably have to leave your house by 9:30.

You don’t want to leave a stoning stoned friend or family member.

You’ll probably also have to get out of your car because there are people around the block who are probably stoned as well.

But if you’re in a place that’s just a few blocks from the stoning place, then you’ll be able to take your stoning friend and go out for a few hours.

This might take a little longer than it should because you’ll need to get a taxi, but once you’re done with the day, you can return to your house and get to work on the rest of your day.

If your house is empty, you could go to a friend’s house or another stoned place to get away from your friends.

If the house is filled, you might have to move back in with your family or someone else’s family in order not to disturb your friends, but you won’t have to spend as much time worrying about stoning anyone else.

6.

Write some music.

Write a few songs and have a good listen.

If there are any songs that you feel are important to your stoned journey, write those down and write them down for your friends to hear.

It can be hard to do, but writing down a list of songs that are relevant to you will help you stay focused on what’s important.

7.

Make a record.

You’ve got a song on paper, right?

It’s a good idea to get your music on vinyl.

There’s nothing worse than sitting in front of a stereo and hearing your favorite stoned song in a completely different voice than you do on the radio.

But there are a few things you should remember about vinyl: it doesn’t last forever, and the sound quality can be better with compression. If,