2020 is a nightmarish pit of fiery, wet dumpster-scum that none of us really could've predicted. Just when we think we might have a handle on the anxiety-inducing news cycle, it seems like yet another horror show decides to join in on the fun and pile on. Many people have reevaluated their career or relationships, some people have moved cities or changed everything about their lives, while others took to manic-posting photos of baked goods on social media. Thinking about buying some alpacas and starting a farmer's commune for knitting enthusiasts on unicycles? 2020 is not a time to judge anyone.
Whether you got a six pack set of abs and a new appreciation for watercolor paints or having been sobbing into a box of chardonnay while procrastinating, 2020 definitely isn't anyone's "year." Remember when we could see our friends without greeting them in the middle of a field with an elbow knock and a "cute mask?" We didn't know how good we had it in 2019.