Trends to watch in 2021 in entertainment, homelife, worklife and fitness -

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Expecting changes in the new year, we will dust the crystal ball to understand the future development. Well, it's actually a snowball-by the time we arrived at that store, there was no crystal ball in the store-but that was okay because we then asked our employees to think about what they would happen in the next 12 months What conditions do they report on. They came up with an exhaustive list, discussing upcoming trends in everything from food to travel, movies to stage performances, office use to our social life-yes, we believe we will have a social life again. You don't have to wait a few months to see what is coming in 2021, but you can look back at the coming year in advance.

Tom Cruise did not show any major movies last year, but his performance was really outstanding. Last month, he was tortured by crew members in the latest "Mission: Impossible" movie for not following the rules of social mediation. Some people interpret his novel as a self-travel, but this superstar also sends a crucial message: If everyone is careful, the movie can move forward.

The same can be said for other forms of entertainment.

Robert Baril of the Twin Cities station believes that the comedy club will reopen soon, but with limited capacity for most of 2021.

"Unfortunately, the best place for comedy is also the best place for viruses-cramped spaces filled with people-so it may take some time to get back to the original state," said Barrier, who just released the album. The title is "2020", and it looks back on an unprecedented year with comedian Bryan Miller. "But any live audience is better than Zoom."

Smaller theaters will continue to suffer losses, but larger rooms (such as the 576-seat main stage of Chanhassen Dinner Theaters) may resume operations in the summer. If this happens, the death of George Floyd and the subsequent protests will have an impact on the artistic director Michael Brindisi.

He said: "I am personally committed to creating a more diversified company." "I want to think carefully about the way we come back, because it is related to individuals seeking social justice and fairness."

Neil Justin

Want to know the future of American pets? See what the future of Americans will look like-and add some snacks to such a good boy!

Pet owners (many of whom claim to be pet parents) are fully investing in natural pet care products, toys and food. Philip Cooper, president of the California-based pet industry expert consulting company, said that in addition to high-quality meat and vegetable mixtures, some pet parents are even keen on custom meals tailored to breeds and sizes.

Like their working-from-home parents, pets have been virtualized, and pre-adoption visits and training "at home" have been transferred to online platforms and will likely stay there. Preparations for scrapping are no longer just for people. Nowadays, pets are living longer and longer and are considered part of the family. Therefore, more and more veterinarians are required to handle everything from consultation to cremation and funerals.

One worrying trend that has not yet emerged is the increase in pet surrender. When the pandemic began, the shelter was ready to return. But it seems that people are hanging pets. Azure Davis, founder of Ruff Start Rescue in Princeton, Minnesota, said: "People are still at home and they still need to be in touch."

Exotic animals are becoming more and more popular, probably because they require very little care. However, dogs are still the darling of the pet world, and the demand for puppies is as high as during the pandemic.

Do you think humans like their CBD? Pet parents are using oils, lotions, bandages and paw tins to treat joint pain. Cooper said many veterinarians are still skeptical of canine or feline cannabis.

Connie Nelson

Some people will definitely return to life before the pandemic as soon as possible: packed bars and clubs, crowded indoor music performances, theaters, sports fields and wedding venues.

However, many of us will re-enter the social sphere more cautiously and gradually incorporate more risky activities over the course of months or years. Or cancel them altogether (see Handshake).

This shows that our previous procedures will not return to normal before most Americans are vaccinated. Half of the respondents said that unless the country’s vaccination rate reaches 70%, they will not change their behavior.

A recent consumer trend survey conducted by Gartner shows that ordinary people are also vigilant, and they expect that normality will not last until the fall of 2021 or later. The research firm’s findings indicate that our formerly outward-facing culture (full of hands-on public experiences shared with large groups) will shift to smaller private events.

The mask may remain fixed for a considerable period of time. (It is not clear whether people who have been vaccinated can spread the virus or how long vaccination can last.) At the very least, masks will help conceal the social embarrassment we have caused after being isolated for so long.

Rachel Hutton

Even if the vaccine is used to tame the pandemic, work at home will continue. According to a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, one-third of respondents said they would like to work from home (at least part of the time). Similarly, in a study by the University of Chicago, 70% of respondents indicated that they were reluctant to return to pre-pandemic activities that they now consider dangerous, including taking buses and sharing crowded elevators.

During the pandemic, employees who work remotely find that they have greater flexibility and are less likely to give up. This means that as employees continue to flexibly arrange their work schedules, the traditional 9 to 5, Monday to Friday working days will no longer be common.

The epidemic is expected to intensify this movement, which started a few years ago and incorporates more casual decoration (or even residential) into offices. Meetings held around tables in the past may be transferred to sofas and lounge chairs. Entertainment venues, including facilities such as table tennis tables and fitness centers, will become more and more common.

Jeff Strickler

After a year of hard and arduous juggling work, childcare and distance learning, many families hope to return to pre-pandemic routines as soon as possible. A recent survey by the Pew Research Center found that 65% of all school-age children’s parents are very worried about their backwardness, while 72% of low-income parents are worried.

Nevertheless, some of the positive habits developed during this long period of time will still be retained-such as spending time at home regularly, spending family movie nights, playing board games or jigsaw puzzles. Media analysts have discovered that the viewing trend is shifting from kids watching short videos on their own devices to kids watching movies with the whole family on the big screen.

Mindfulness exercises for children and family art and science projects will also continue. Pinterest makes predictions every year based on the content of its more than 400 million users fixed on social media networks. He said that "outdoor education", "cardboard toys" and "ethics courses" will be very important in the coming months.

Erica Pearson

After the pandemic is over, there may be a mixed home and gym exercise program. Streaming exercises have become very popular, partly because of the versatility they provide. But this does not mean that the stadium will be empty. Although the sales of home fitness equipment have increased, gymnasiums still have a variety of equipment and provide more exercise options.

In addition to hard work, more attention will be paid to mental and emotional health. The pressure of the pandemic has increased people’s awareness of overall well-being, including healthy eating and lifestyle. Core exercise programs will continue to attract a portion of the market, but the biggest growth may be in yoga, meditation, and stretching.

Wearable fitness has achieved great success, far beyond watches, covering everything from shoes and legwear to jackets and hats. As the product range expands, so does interest in them.

One surprising result of the pandemic (praised by industry experts) is the surge in the number of people exercising during the day. Numerous studies have shown that physical exercise during the day (rather than in the morning or at night) makes people more productive and creative.

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