It really changes depending on my mood, sometimes I’m a skirt and boots kind of gal, other times I’m in leggings and leather jacket. I love that SURREAL gives us multiple clothing options per top, bottom, and shoes.
I think it’s really cool that you can head to the food court, check out food options as if you were in a real food court, order (via Grubhub in SURREAL), sit down at a table with other attendees and video chat with them and then have your food delivered to your apartment. It really makes a virtual experience feel ‘real’ which I think is important when we are so isolated.
Sad to say but I’ve tried to learn how to floss for a few years now, and I feel like I age myself even just saying that. So, definitely floss. Or is it flossing?
This is a good question. I think the future of events is a lot more inclusive and accessible, not just when it comes to price but also with a diverse makeup of a panel or audience. I think that Covid-19 has trained us to have dance parties or DJ events in my case online, and while I love that the world is opening up again, a lot of us (myself included) are still too wary to attend a live-event in similar capacity to pre-Covid times. To that end, I see virtual events never quite leaving and I predict in-person events will be a lot more exclusive and intimate in nature.
I’ve just moved to Lisbon, so I’m really enjoying exploring the city, walking around the historic district, and consuming my weight in wine and pastries.
I don’t watch that much TV, but I do really love The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells.