If you blink, you’ll miss it. At least that’s what some people seem to think about social media, right?
I would not be surprised if those are the people that stare at their Twitter streams all day long and never actually get any work done (or at least that’s what I like to believe they are doing so I feel better about myself when I have to remind my self to step away).
I think we all can admit: social media is addicting. What’s more addicting though is feeling the need to always be “in the know” and never skipping a beat on what’s happening online. And while we all are inherently social beings by nature, not all of us can take this pressure. This responsibility/anxiety/stress/trepidation is diagnosed as a common case of F.O.M.O.
What’s F.O.M.O. you ask? Well, clearly you don’t have it, because otherwise you would know (pat on the back for you ☺), as it’s commonly know as “Fear Of Missing Out”.