We've all heard of "first-world problems." You know, the things that millennials complain about. Even in the middle of a pandemic, I'm sure that hasn't stopped people from worrying about small things. How am I sure? Because I'm one of those people. Here are four small things that I have freaked out about while under quarantine.
1. How much do I tip my Postmates, Grubhub, or DoorDash driver?
I want to save money, but these delivery people are risking their lives, even though there's no-contact delivery.
2. When are restaurants actually available for delivery?
I swear to god, these apps are not honest about when things are actually open and when they aren't. I've googled restaurant names, and they say they're open, and available, but then had to cancel the order because it's closed. Please be honest restaurants.
3. What if my phone breaks?Giphy
The Apple stores are closed, and I'll have one less thing to keep me entertained and get work done.
4. What am I going to do about my hair and eyebrows?Giphy
My hair's a mess, and my eyebrows are getting very Italian, aka very hairy. I've even tried plucking with my own hands, which is not enjoyable, or recommended.