With stay-at-home orders, lockdowns, and social distancing are still being enforced, it’s in all likelihood that you’ve had to work from home. Having to adapt to all this can be difficult, especially with the fact we’re all in a pandemic together weighs on our minds. All of this can compound to campaigns not going as intended or you’re lacking the usual equipment and resources to do your work at the same level of quality. These days people can understand that since we are in the middle of a pandemic, but here are some improvisation strategies to help you during these situations.
Whether we are in the middle of a pandemic or not, there have always been mental issues. People experience anxiety or that are struggling to be mindful. And while these are common occurrences, finding methods to soothe them over no matter how frequent they are is important.
We can all afford to be more mindful and considerate of others. Not to mention handle our own anxiety if need be. There are many ways for us to achieve that, but one of the best is through various apps. Below, I cover some of those apps and what they can do for you.
With more people stuck in their homes, people have been indulging in all kinds of social media platforms. TikTok is something that has risen in tremendous popularity, now in over 150 coun-tries and 1 billion users. That said, other companies are still thriving and are still relevant as ever. Instagram being one of them.
Now since this pandemic, there have been some changes. Because more people are stuck at home, there has been a rise in spam as well as misinformation and the platform has been cracking down on them.