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As people across the world stay at home during the coronavirus crisis, we’ve found ourselves with plenty of time on our hands. A lot of those quarantined have turned to crafts, arts, cooking and games to pass the time. They’re learning new hobbies and exploring their creative side. But once it’s safe to go back out, will the allure of old, familiar conveniences take over again?

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If Instagram is to be believed, the world is full of people inventing dances, finishing puzzles, knitting, painting, baking sourdough bread. You name it, people are doing it (safely, and indoors). If anything good can come out of the present situation it could be a resurgence in arts and crafts (universal healthcare and competent pandemic response would be great, too, but let’s focus on crochet for now). 

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Sure, right now we are baking and drawing and all that, and this is a good thing. But come on. One it’s OK to return to the world, you really think we’re gonna be like, “Never mind happy hour or a picnic or a date. I’m going to make a Bundt cake!” No, people are going to drop all that Martha Stewart stuff and go live. Outside. With other human beings. 

FINAL RESULTS
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Will new stay-at-home hobbies last in a post-COVID19 world?
#WannaCreateForever
A festive crown for the winner
#WannaGetOutside