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How to Turn FOMO Into JOMO

How to Turn FOMO Into JOMO? (1,2,3,4,5)

In the battle of FOMO vs JOMO, it's time to declare a winner. FOMO is the fear of missing out and JOMO is the joy of missing out. Social media has made this struggle even more intense.

​FOMO versus JOMO
Anxiety that an exciting or interesting event is being left behind happening elsewhere is often aroused by social media posts. It includes fear of failure with peers, affecting incentives or promotions.A feeling of contentment with one's pursuits, without worrying over the possibility of missing out on what others may be doing.​


But why does one experience FOMO?

  1. The innate human desire for social connection & belonging.
  2. Fear of not being able to keep up with the rapidly changing world
  3. Feeling left behind in our personal or professional lives.

Where's the problem?

FOMO, or fear of missing out, can have adverse effects on mental health and social relations and can lead to excess of anxiety, stress, and impulsiveness, causing extravagance, debt, and financial troubles.

How To Turn FOMO into JOMO?

Rather than endlessly scrolling through your feeds, JOMO reminds you to appreciate the present and be grateful for what you have. It's not about being Happy but mindful of the here & now, which can do wonders for your mental well-being.

Habits to embrace JOMO.

Focus & use your senses: 

  • Take the time to appreciate the sensation of the sun's warmth on your skin and the aroma of the flowers. Savour each moment.
  • Stop and & set boundaries by taking regular breaks from technology or saying no to activities that don't align with your values.

    Practice gratitude: 
  • Taking time to note all the things we can be thankful for helps us to focus on what 'is' rather than what 'could' be.
  • Practice mindfulness by being present & mindful of one's own experiences & surroundings.


Shift your focus on what you have rather what you don't.

Make an effort of being more Jo(MO)yful starting from today!



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