We’re only halfway through 2020, but the Zoom fatigue is real.
Quarantining, social distancing, and working from home if possible are crucial actions needed to help slow the spread of COVID-19. But physically isolating yourself from your co-workers, friends, and family members means a whole lot of video chatting.
Zoom meetings, parties, dates, and other virtual catch ups are really starting to take a toll on people. Aside from the sheer boredom that comes from sitting in front of a screen and listening to people talk for hours, video chats can also be awkward as hell.
It’s nearly impossible to talk on Zoom without interrupting or speaking over someone, people are always forgetting to mute or unmute their mics, and hanging up calls is a whole production. The only real bright spot of video calls are the rare times when you’re blessed enough to see a dog or a child. Read more…