As the world continues to change, so do trends. The hippy culture is one that has been around for decades and will continue to be popular in 2022. With this being said, there are a few global trends happening now that will affect what names parents choose for their children over the next ten years. In this blog post, we’ll explore 7 of these trends and discuss how they may affect future hippy names!
– Climate Change is a global trend that will have an effect on hippy names. As the climate continues to change, it will affect what our children are named in ten years from now. We’re already seeing this with how hurricanes and other extreme weather events may lead many parents to name their babies Hurricane or Typhoon — not because they want them to be victims of future storms but as a way of honoring these natural disasters for all the devastation they’ve caused. In addition, more people moving away from rural areas and into cities has led to gentrification which often changes neighborhood demographics meaning there’s less diversity when it comes to naming your child something that might feel out of place like “Tino” if he lives in Brooklyn instead of Tangerine.
– “Tino” is out of place for a Brooklynite child because the name might be culturally inappropriate and not fit in with their community. For example, if they live in an area where everyone’s named after famous sports players like LeBron James or Serena Williams, it would feel weird to have a kid who goes by Tino instead of Lebron or Selena. It all comes down to how your children will fit into the world around them which makes sense considering that we’re living more our lives online these days than ever before so what people see on social media can make up someones entire idea about you as a person — just take Kylie Jenner! So when parents are thinking about what names to give their kids, they should take into account the environment ahead of time.
– It’s been happening for at least a decade now, but this year there are even more celebrity kids named after their parents: Apple Martin (daughter of Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin), Maxwell Drew Johnson (son of Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin), Romeo Beckham (son of David Beckham and Victoria Beckham) — these are just to name a few! My guess is that it has something to do with celebrities wanting to give their children an identity because we’re living in such an Instagram era where everyone wants attention or fame so much you’d think anyone would want reality TV stars on their birth certificates if given the chance; however, I’m not going anywhere near that hot mess.
– Speaking of hot messes, the most important trend I found is that there has been a significant rise in babies being named after foods (fruits are popular) or restaurants (some parents want to put their kids on “the map”). You can’t make this stuff up! While some people might be amused by these choices, I’m not going to lie and say it doesn’t bother me because it does. We live in such an oversaturated world where we’re all fighting for our own space; making decisions like these only add another layer of complication. There’s also something about naming your kid after fruits and vegetables that feels so unnatural — if you ask me, why would anyone name themselves after a vegetable? Who wants
Technology: The use of technology in our everyday lives is growing exponentially. Our phones are more powerful than ever, and there’s a new application for everything we might want to do on them. It won’t be long before your phone has the same power as a laptop or desktop computer did ten years ago, but with much less bulk – which means that by 2022 it will have replaced laptops altogether. This trend may affect hippy names because people who embrace tech could make different decisions about how they name their children due to this change in technology.
– Marriage Equality: The recent decision by the Supreme Court to legalize gay marriage across America came as an overwhelming victory for members of the LGBTQ community (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer). The ruling may have a significant effect on hippy names in the future because more people will feel empowered to choose what they want for their family without fear of discrimination.
– Technology Will Be Everywhere: You’ll be able to access technology from your car dashboard, watch TV shows with just an internet connection or use wearables that measure every aspect of your daily life – all by 2022. It’s possible that this trend could lead parents away from naming their children after nature words like ‘moon’ due to feeling overwhelmed when it comes time to create another digital account for their child.
– Millennials are Coming into Power: By 2022 we’re likely going see an influx of millennials coming into power as older generations retire. This will have an impact on naming trends. Millennials are less likely to want their children’s names to reflect the natural world because of a disconnect between that world and millennials’ high-tech lives.
– The Rise in Feminism: Girls born today might be more inclined towards unisex or feminist names than girls born decades ago were, partly due to parents becoming increasingly aware of gender discrimination from birth onwards thanks to feminism seeking equality for everyone. It could also lead some future hippy parents away from nature words like ‘moon’.
– More Parents Choosing Not To Have Children: There has been a global trend among adults who choose not to reproduce – this is expected by 2022 as well. These people may feel more empowered when choosing a name for their future children, often opting to choose more unique names.
– Beliefs or Religious Traditions: Some parents who follow certain religions may be inclined to keep the tradition of giving a child’s first and middle name from that religion in order to commemorate it later on in life when they are older. This could mean less hippy names like “nature” but more traditional ones such as ‘Joseph’ or ‘Evelyn’.
– The Future Will Be Complex And Uncertain For Many People: There is much uncertainty about what will happen by 2022 around things like politics, economics, climate change, health care systems – all factors which may affect people’s decision making process behind choosing baby names. Parents might think twice before naming
Hippy names are getting far more popular. It started with celebrities like Beyonce naming her daughter Blue, and has gained traction as people have embraced trends in natural living, sustainability, entrepreneurship, permaculture farming, homesteading and other lifestyles that fall under the umbrella of “hippies” or those who follow the hippy movement.
One trend is called lifestyling: a lifestyle designed to maximize fulfillment from personal growth experiences by living one’s life according to their own terms. A new word for this would be “leadstyler,” which avoids any use of negative connotations towards self-development through lifelong learning opportunities. This concept will affect how parents choose baby name options because they can find out what fits their lifestyle and adjust accordingly. Another trend is the environmental movement, which has increased people’s awareness of how their habits impact climate change as well as other natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods and droughts. This can be seen in names like “Storm” or “River,” while others are more spiritual: Ember from the word ember meaning a live coal used for fire; River (from rivere) to represent water that flows over time with an eternal current; Willow (from wilgen tree) to create balance between the feminine energy associated with this tree and masculine energies found in willow trees. Some parents choose hippy-themed baby names because they want their children to grow up without fear of being bullied for having non