9 Boomer Habits Gaining Popularity Today

Vinyl Records

Once nearly extinct due to CDs and digital streaming, vinyl records have made a remarkable comeback, becoming the highest-grossing physical format for music.

Handwritten Letters

In the age of technology, there's a growing fascination with handwritten letters, offering a personalized touch that digital communication lacks, especially in postcard form.

Home-Cooked Meals

Rediscovering the joy of cooking at home, particularly during the pandemic, has led to a resurgence in home-cooked meals, seen as healthier, cost-effective, and enjoyable.


Knitting and crocheting have gained attention on social media platforms like TikTok, attracting both men and women to this traditional hobby.

Communal Living

With rising housing costs and a desire for low-carbon living, communal housing has become more popular, echoing the spirit of hippie communes from the 1960s.


Following economic challenges, there's a return to the thrifty attitude of previous generations, with more young people embracing frugality.


Seeking to live sustainably and connect with nature, foraging has become a popular food trend, involving activities like mushroom hunting and gathering wood.

Buying Local Produce

The trend of buying local produce has gained momentum, driven by concerns about carbon footprints and a desire to support local farmers and markets.

Reading Print Newspapers

Despite the digital age, there's renewed interest in reading print newspapers, driven partly by concerns over excessive screen time.