The coronavirus pandemic wasn’t all that bad — okay, yes, it was. But there are a few things we learned in spite of it.
How To Wash Our Hands - It's a shame, but it took a worldwide pandemic for everyone to properly wash their hands. Thanks to COVID-19, we all have '20 seconds' ingrained in our brains.
The Value Of Toilet Paper - It was a scary few months when toilet paper was sold out everywhere. It's safe to say we will never take those rolls for granted again.
How Much We Love Our Loved Ones - They may be getting on your nerves because you are stuck in the house with them, but coronavirus taught us how to truly appreciate family and the ones close to us.
How Great Alcohol Taste - Liquor, wine, beer, or even food: We've all consumed more of it in 2020.
How To Bake Bread - Baking bread, cooking, painting, puzzles, crafts, etc. We are all doing odd things to keep us entertained all year.
How Important Healthcare Workers Are - Healthcare staff, first responders, and essential workers are working their butts off right now, and we thank and appreciate them.
How Entertaining Zoom Is - Zoom has been a large part of our work and personal lives. And with every lousy connection, frozen screen, and accidental mute, it's been quite entertaining.
What's really important to get the job done - Things like makeup, pants, bras, showering, and combing your hair have all gone out of the window for work. And we aren't judging you for that because you are still getting the job done.
What A Nessecity Cable And Internet is - The past year would've been worse than ever without cable and internet. We are grateful for them every day.
How Important Social Interaction Is - Humans are social creatures. 2020 has made us realize how much we really miss our family, friends, social outings, concerts, and even that weird co-worker. Hopefully, we will see them all again in 2021.