The first in a series of lockdown bubbles.
In the beginning lockdown was perceived as a more wholesome moment to take the time to reflect. Some people started working out, learning a new craft, finally read that book that's been laying next to you for months. There was also a sort of wake up call where people realized how important socializing can be or to rethink your way of life.
In one way it's a time to create your safe space and appreciate what you have in life. But at the same time when spending more time online (on social media), there is this added pressure that you have to take the opportunity to make the most of it and better yourself.