How Our Habits Have Changed Due to the Pandemic
Whether consciously or unconsciously and whether you like it or not, the pandemic changed so much of our lives, specific routines and patterns – possibly forever. Because of this, there have been notable changes in our habits – some good, some bad.
Let’s explore some of our new habits below:
We Grew Tired of Skipping Breakfast and Rushing to the Office
We’ve all heard the saying that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but do we say this in words only, or is it actually reflected in our actions? The reality is that in our fast-paced lifestyles, prior to the pandemic, many of us skipped breakfast on our way out the door to work and commute to the office. One of the upsides of remote work and not having such a long commute is that many of us slept in a bit and made a conscious effort to have breakfast.
Now that many of us got used to the idea of cooking breakfast, but may have to be in the office once again, let’s not lose the positive habit of keeping up with meals. Companies like Bob Evans are helping keep American’s breakfast habits up for the better with heat-and-eat-breakfast items.
We Took a Crack at Investing in Crypto and NFTs
What’s that you say? You missed the boat on Bitcoin? Not to worry – NFTs are the talk of the town. Think of these as digital art pieces and collectibles, all living on the blockchain. If you didn’t understand that last sentence, fear not: it’s ok to be a beginner. Always make sure that you understand anything that you actually want to invest and devote time in. Here’s a great visual guide on what NFTs are.
We Started Buying and Selling More Responsibly
There is a better way to buy and sell electronics and apparel online. Platforms such as eBay have been making major strides by encouraging recommerce – the buying and selling of secondhand goods, and it’s already making a huge impact. Last year alone, sales of pre-owned electronics and apparel on eBay conserved 720,000 metric tons of carbon emissions. Commerce should be sustainable and its time has come. This is proof that >>>KEEP READING...