Vaping in Public: How to Do it

Vaping in public can be awesome. It can be so much easier to do and enjoy, especially if you are a former smoker who was so used to being treated like a leper. Vapor brings with it the clean, smokeless, almost entirely aroma-free essence that…

Etiquette for Vapers

It’s time for a little etiquette refresher, y’all! Because you know, when you’re vaping away and creating those massive clouds, the last thing you want is to annoy those around you who aren’t down with vapor, and cause them to get volatile. So, here’s how…

Vaping for the Holidays

The holidays are fast approaching, especially considering Thanksgiving is coming right up this week! Can you believe how quickly this year just flew by?! As you’re probably aware by now, vaping is so much the better choice when it comes to the holidays. If you’ve…

E-Cigs in the Office

Vaping is totally different than smoking, and because electronic cigarettes offer their users so many more options than traditional cigarettes, and they happen to be a lot more socially accommodating, it should come as no surprise that workplaces and offices across the country are beginning…

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