The ‘new normal’ is an evolving state where society and the global economy have settled since the onset of the Covid™ pandemic.
Social interactions have changed significantly; people are more cautious about physical contact and are setting clear communication boundaries. Work environments have also shifted dramatically.
Societal impacts are huge, affecting the sense of belonging in remote work settings and posing challenges in education due to remote learning.
People have become isolated and lonely.
To adapt to these changes, building mental fitness, practicing humility, investing in mental health, staying socially connected, and engaging in inner work are good ideas.