In this new stay at home era, a lot of aspects of people’s everyday routines have been changed. While a lot of our favorite places have been shut down, tons of fitness brands and companies have been using Instagram Live to provide their followers workouts. Prominent gyms, specialized fitness studios and even active clothing brands have been using Instagram Live to meet the needs of their members. A lot of people find it hard to motivate themselves to do an at home workout, es
[ As everybody is adjusting to their new isolated and cautious lifestyles by staying at home during the Coronavirus pandemic, musicians may face a struggle for their careers. Until further notice, they can no longer rely on touring and doing live performances to make their money and interact with fans. Many musicians have been getting creative and finding ways to stay relevant and keep their fans happy. Instagram has been a popular platform for musicians to turn to during the
Have you already run out of shows to watch on Netflix? With the help of Rotten Tomatoes and Vulture, we are going to help you bulk up that watch list. For fans of True Crime and History: The Crown (2016 - present) This series chronicles Queen Elizabeth II’s rise to power in the 1940s. The fourth season is poised to introduce Princess Diana and her sons Prince William and Harry. American Crime Story (2016 - present) This is a true-crime anthology that currently has two seasons
What is Google 3D animals? With children being unable to attend school because of the Covid-19 lockdown, many of them are forced to stay inside, not being to do any recreational activities. Google, however, created an augmented reality app where people can see live full-size animals. How can they make full size animals? One of the functions of this AR app is to project creatures into your phone, using things in the frame as a scale. AR is not the same as VR (virtual reality).
It’s Saturday night and you have nothing to do. You can’t go out because of the non-essential shutdown and social distancing. Do you catch up on some of the reading you’ve been behind on or finally tackle that laundry that has been staring at you for a week? Although both seem very compelling, I propose “Club Quarantine.” There’s no need to put on your best going-out clothes or even makeup. I also know of a few celebrities who are regulars at this club, and who wouldn’t want
Social distancing has affected us all differently, but it’s for the greater good of stopping the spread of COVID-19. However, one thing for sure sitting in the house all day everyday can be boring. So how do we entertain ourselves? By creating social media challenges. Here’s a list of TikTok challenges that people are partaking in to pass time during quarantine. #SavageChallenge “I'm a savage, classy, bougie…” You’ve probably heard that song 100 times scrolling through social
Museums are some of the many non-essential businesses that closed their doors for the COVID-19 outbreak. A variety of museums have turned to displaying content online for people who are at home in quarantine.
If you’re a fan of history, you’ll be thrilled to know that the Smithsonian National Museum of
Natural History is offering a free online tour of every exhibit in the museum. Users can navigatethrough the museum at their own pace and enjoy a 360-degree view of every room