Usually, when people think of accessories they think in terms of apparel. Your accessories often involve with bags, your belt, that kind of thing. While this is the traditional definition of accessories, it actually has evolved past that point. Now, accessories relate to kind of signals you send the greater world and this does not necessarily have something to do with what you choose to wear, it can involve things that you ingest or the things that you use.
And again, this has nothing to do with direct usage per se, but it may be related to keeping things fresh or storing your vaping supply or your weed supply, if you live in a state where recreational marijuana is legal, that’s the kind of definition of accessories a lot of people are going with. And it’s about time, because the whole vaping lifestyle really involves more than clothing; it involves more than the things that people can readily see; it’s all about an attitude and often involves being at the right place, at the right time, doing the right things. It’s hard to do this if you’re not properly prepared.
As you probably already know certain types of premium vape juice from online shops are more susceptible to exposure to the elements. They go bad really quickly, the taste changes, there’s just so many things that could go wrong. When you use the right accessories, not only you preserve the shelf life of the products that you are ingesting, but you also make some sort of fashion statement. Having a vape liquid storage box on a table at a café sends volumes of messages to people around you at the very least, it puts your distinct persona on your activity.
So, do yourself a big favor and look at your vaping accessories from this perspective. Understand that any given moment you’re sending signals not only to the world, but to yourself as well. What kind of person would you like to be perceived as? What kind of values would you like to project to people around you? That’s really what it boils down to. I don’t mean to sound clinical or systematic and methodical about it, but if you truly want to project and create the right impression, you have to take matters into your own hands. You can’t let others define you, you can’t let other people’s expectation somehow shape their impression of you. This is how miscommunication starts. So, take charge of the process because it’s always happening.
A little bit of mindfulness can definitely go a long way in this context. You are always sending signals to others whether you like it or not. Don’t allow yourself to be the last person in the room to know what others think of you. Take control of the process. You have a lot more power over this process than you think.