The best things that have kept us going this year

The best things that have kept us going this year

2020 has been a sh*t year to say the least… however some good things have come out of it too. 

There was no shortage of music with releases from Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Dua Lupa!

Tiger King somehow connected all of us. All the memes, TikToks, and tweets since the docuseries hit have made us laugh hysterically...and we all need plenty of that right now.

Friends reunion was finally confirmed… eep! 

We’ve increased our at-home workouts, in the most creative and inventive ways possible including replicating our favourite TikTok dances, transforming our lounges into yoga studios and using household items as barbells. 

Air pollution levels and greenhouse gas emissions have been temporarily slashed due to the COVID-19 pandemic… for now. We experienced a little taste of the air we might breathe in a low-carbon future. 

Musicians took to social media to entertain us with personal concerts from home.

Apps such as Zoom & Facetime brought more people together from a distance including international friends & families.

COVID-19 stopped the world — but not the heroic healthcare workers who worked endlessly.

Celebrity concerts for a cause. One World: Together At Home: Celebs like Lady Gaga, John Legend, Lizzo, Celine Dion, and more have done incredible performances online to raise money during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We launched our tell all Floss Files. Every Friday we'll post our tips & tricks for all things smiles and beauty to our blog right here. 

Takeaway and home delivery upped its game with Australia's top restaurants offering their most iconic dishes to be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home.

J. Lo and Shakira crushed the Super Bowl halftime show. 

And some of our favourite foods made a comeback… Cadbury Marble AND Herb and Spice Kettle Chips 

HAPPY WORLD SMILE DAY! Even when the times are tough, there are always reasons to be grateful and to keep smiling.

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