I’m one of those persons that prefer to be present in the moment. I don’t think about the future (unless I’m thinking about new music themed games this year) since anything can happen at any time. I don’t want to ponder about the past because what’s done is done. That said, I enjoy thinking about all of the things I have to look forward to.
Isn’t it true that the future gets in our faces at times? There are a few instances that necessitate long-term thinking. Those are the times when I want to crawl back under the blankets and hide until I feel safe again. Then I need to find something about the future to remind me that life isn’t about a climax but rather about the meaningful things that happen every day. I started this list for myself, but I hope you can benefit from it as well.
1. Going on holiday
Many of us have recently loved finding beautiful nature right on our doorstep. Still, we can’t wait to pack our belongings and leave for a well-deserved vacation. Given international travel status today, you might want to consider visiting some of the UK’s beautiful beach towns or cultural capitals. Perhaps you’ve made plans to visit new places once it’s safe to do so. Whatever your next vacation entails, we all need to spend some quality time resting and having fun right now!
If you don’t understand what terms like 4G, 5G, and 6G mean, now is the moment to admit it. It refers to many versions of cellular network technology standards. To put it another way, it’s the level at which your phone, internet, and a variety of other telecommunication systems operate. That is why so many people are looking forward to 5G. When more 5G networks are launched around the world, things will get even quicker and better. Furthermore, Japan, China and Korea are already developing 6G capabilities. As a result, Teleworking and remote learning will be improved by the next generation.
3. Artificial Intelligence
For a long time, artificial intelligence (AI) has been a hot topic. Still, in 2021, we’ll see it in even more locations. No, not in the creepy “Black Mirror” kind of manner. Consider what AI could do to assist us in interpreting and using medical and scientific data if. Just in case a significant pandemic strikes, you know. AI is also assisting more organisations in making better consumer behaviour decisions. According to Forbes, Wilson Pang, the chief technology officer at Appen, thinks that by 2021, more firms will address the troublesome issue of bias in AI technologies, allowing innovators to create AI responsibly.
4. Drone delivery
Amazon, UPS, and other firms are ramping up their drone efforts, so don’t be surprised if items start arriving at your house soon. New guidelines on “unmanned aircraft” have been announced by the Federal Aviation Administration, paving the way for “the integration of drones into the national airspace system.” The FAA gave the go light to Amazon’s drone delivery service Prime Air earlier this year.
5. New movies
With superhero films like The Batman, Thor: Love and Thunder, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2; action and adventure films like Uncharted and John Wick: Chapter 4; exciting family films like Sesame Street and Sonic the Hedgehog 2; and even horror films like Scream and Halloween Ends, we have a lot of great titles lined up.
6. Buying your first home
When you decide to buy a home, it’s natural to be ecstatic. After all, purchasing a home provides you with greater space and the opportunity to develop equity. Excited, worried, stressed, and possibly even sorrowful. These are all emotions you could experience while buying a property, even if you’ve been planning to do so for months. All of these emotions are perfectly normal. Knowing and understanding the feelings you may experience when purchasing a home can assist you in managing and addressing them, as well as helping you in making sound home-buying decisions.
7. Starting a family
There is a certain kind of bond that exists between a parent and a child. Some people are motivated by a parent’s unconditional love for their children and vice versa. They want to experience such intense feelings and share them with their significant other and children.
8. Catch a gig
It’s no surprise that the public craves live music since all of the significant events were cancelled last year. Seeing one’s favourite band perform live once again is high on the priority list. Some others are already thinking about buying tickets and looking forward to seeing the shows. Unfortunately, any live gigs or performances are likely to sell out soon.
9. New video games
Many of us use gaming to divert our attention from the spreading pandemic outside and keep in touch with pals. With the advent of next-gen gaming consoles, 2021 will usher in next-gen games that take advantage of their capabilities and demonstrate what the future of gaming will entail.
10. Getting Married
2020 was not a fantastic year for weddings, with family from different nations, attendance limits, and the stress of it all. However, for those who have put off getting married, 2021 will be a year to remember, with an intense and busy wedding season ahead for the rest of us.