Have non-essential businesses started opening back up? Are your friends gathering in larger groups than before? Are people being more relaxed about the spread of COVID-19? While the answer may be yes to all of these questions, this doesn’t mean you have to.
The Fourth of July is usually a time where we come together with friends and family, often in large groups, with lots of close contact with one another. During a pandemic, however, this celebration is going to look a lot different. Many of the annual parades, festivals and firework displays are being cancelled, and people are being cautioned to stay away from large group gatherings. While this year’s celebrations make look different, there are still ways to have fun and celebrate while remaining safe.
If quarantining has given you more time to scroll aimlessly through Netflix or if you want to unwind after a long day of working from home, we have compiled our go to Netflix shows for you to watch right now. Look no further, you no longer have to decide what to watch because we have given you a variety of options. From docuseries, to reality TV, comedy, and educational series, we broke down our top picks rn, telling you why we love them, and why you should too.