If you find yourself hating your job, your schedule, and your location every single day, then it’s safe to say, it’s not for you. Too many people will assume finding a job they actually like and are passionate about is impossible – “it just doesn’t exist.”
The human body was meant to walk, run, jump, squat, sprint, and dodge, tracing its origins back to when nomadic peoples had to follow food sources to feed their families. Today, we still sport these same bodies that require exercise to function properly, which can at times, seem daunting in a social distancing world. We’re at home, on the couch, using our phones, laptops, and TVs to keep our kids busy, all the while our bodies beg us to get up and move around – if only for a little bit.
If freelancing wasn’t already a lucrative-seeming career option for many individuals pre-COVID-19, it is definitely more alluring today than ever before. Providing people with the ability to make their own hours, work from anywhere in the world, and take business into their own hands without wondering if a boss is going to lay them off amid the coronavirus-fueled recession, freelancing is, for many, the ticket to their financial and professional future.
By now, it’s hard to ignore the prevalence of TikTok. Whether it’s the easy ability to go viral on the app, or merely our boredom as we stay at home amid coronavirus mandates today, TikTok is capturing the hearts of Americans from every demographic.
Whether you want to admit it or not, the topic of TikTok is slowly trickling into everyday life more and more today. Previously labeled as just another “teen app” that was not taken seriously by marketers until recently, TikTok has demonstrated that it’s not only here to stay – but that it could give the Facebook empire a serious run for its money.