Social Media Trends That Have Emerged From The Quarantine

What have you been up to this quarantine? Some of us have been working from home, and some of us have been scouring the internet to see what the world is up to. Besides, we all need to find some ways to beat the boredom. And speaking of banishing boredom, is it really surprising that sooner or later, everyone will hop onto the next trending bandwagon. And we’re not complaining.
Here are some trends that have emerged from this quarantine:
  1. Medical Mask Fashion
Yes, safety first. But who said safety needs to be only functional? With the world making use of masks to protect themselves from the virus, we’ve now seen more fashion-friendly versions to help you keep your style game on point, even if you just need to run to the grocery store!
2. TikTok Trends

Are you ‘Bored in a house, and in a house bored?’ You’ve probably tried a routine to this trending song. Then, you probably didn’t like how the video turned out, and it was not worth posting. It’s okay, no judgment. We’ve all been there!
3. Everyone is a Masterchef 

From banana bread, cinnamon rolls to grandma’s secret cookie recipe, the internet is full of home cooks, masterchefs, and bakers taking to social media to showcase their hidden talents. We’re just sorry we don’t get to taste them.
4. Dalgona Coffee

The coffee culture took a beating when everyone was forced to stay indoors. And there’s no secret that a large number of us are missing our Starbucks fix, That said, why not bring the coffee culture home? And with Dalgona coffee, a simple method of whipping instant coffee with water and sugar, and spooning it over hot chocolate, hot milk, or iced milk, is a great way to get that coffee shop feel. We’re definitely on board with this trend!
5. Thousand-piece Puzzles

A big trend that’s emerged out of this quarantine is people working on large puzzles that they know will take days, if not hours to complete. Well, that’s something to keep them occupied till they find the next trend they’d like to hop on to. If only Amazon would deliver non-essentials. 

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