Do you feel that you missed out on an out-of-the world adventure when you see a picture of your gang of
friends pose against the background of the Swiss Alps? Or a snorkeling trip they took in New Zealand? Did two
of them hike their way up to see The Valley of Flowers in India? Or went for an exotic cheese tasting expedition
in Europe? Do you naturally sulk about being left out? Do you feel like that always despite having an eventful
holiday yourself? Even if you didn’t and you are perfectly content at home watching Netflix with your family, a
random FB post appears and you can’t help feeling anxious on how the world has it better than you and you
have missed out on all the fun? Then you are probably suffering from what is called FoMo – the fear of missing
out syndrome that is hugely fuelled by social media.