During the corona pandemic, there is a lot of thinking about what we can expect to happen in the next months, or even years, especially when it comes to our personal life. Here is what can happen if COVID doesn't go away.
Businesses all around the world will be heavily influenced by coronavirus pandemic and there is a lot of changes they will have to endure in the next few months, for some it will be years.
Here are some trends that are growing during the covid-19 emergency.
People at home because of COVID are increasingly thinking about their personal care, including care of their feet.
In the past few months, it has become obvious that independent bookstores are facing closure if they cannot find a unique way to sell their books.
These goods will always be in high demand. We discuss the trend of reselling luxurious items.
This four-way volleyball game combines traditional volleyball with four square rules, and it's hot.
Within weeks, COVID-19 created elevated levels of anxiety, fear, and concerns over what the future will bring.
Since there is uncertainty regarding the pandemic nobody knows how it will develop and affect the job market and people started saving more.
In the past few months, haircare has moved from beauty salons to people’s homes.
The problem with big cities is that food production is almost impossible since most apartments have small terraces without any room for gardening.
We discuss the trend about buying, growing and selling small businesses (mostly digital ones) profitably.
Modern living has been changing due to unreasonable prices on the housing market since fewer people can afford to own a property.
There are different types of a journal such as bullet journals, travel journals, yoga journals, but one format that became quite popular lately is the Bible journal.
Food-for-delivery only restaurants are beginning to thrive because of food delivery apps.
Some teens have realized that they can gain followers and make money by falling asleep in their beds.
Microneedling is a new skin routine that involves using needles to stimulate the skin to produce collagen.
Since we are witnessing an immense change in lifestyle during COVID-19 more people started feeling back pain because if they are working from home.
As nanotechnology becomes available to the masses, it finds more applications in different industries including health, beauty and automotive.