Smoking at home
Keep it courteous
In recreational legal states, as long as it’s private property it’s legal to smoke on your porch. But it’s a personal call of common courtesy: are you smoking weed 24/7 out there? How close is your house to your neighbors? In states where weed is still illegal? It’s illegal. Either way, it’s good manners to go out back.
When children are present
Smoke outside of their view/smell and invest in a locking stash box.
When roommates are present
Always be upfront with your usage and define the rules of the house from the beginning. If your roommate partakes and it’s cool to smoke in common areas, you’re not obligated to offer it up every time you spark one. If you’re also on friendly terms and have similar smoking schedules, throwing in on a monthly house supply is a good idea.
Sharing with housemates
Never pinch a roommate's stash without asking. If you have trust issues, lock it up in a stash box in your bedroom.
When roommates have guests
It’s a nice gesture to share if you’re feeling generous and hospitable. But if it’s more than a few people and/or becomes a regular occurrence, avoid the awkward conversation (insert "I’m running low" excuse here) and smoke in private.