Also found in: Idioms.
FOMOFear of Missing Out
FOMOFort Moultrie (US National Park Service)
FOMOFriends of Mulanje Orphans
FOMOFormer Mormon
FOMOFleet Operations and Maintenance Officer
FOMOFemale Only/Male Only Fellowships
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In other words, FOMO is precisely what is driving the run-up this year.
A great way to take advantage of FOMO is through a BOGO sale, offering something useful and typically gender-neutral, where the "get one" is either free or deeply discounted.
Break goes by way too fast, so start finalizing your to-do's now to avoid any FOMO by the time fall rolls around.
Not only have I contracted a raging case of FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), but my inner teenager, the one that still thinks she's cool and groovy (yes, I'm bringing back "groovy" - this is lingo-war) is mighty perturbed that she's a MAM (Middle-Aged Maw) who is BTT (Behind The Times).
Stewart doesn't see this as a hard and fast rule and says the experience Generation Z employees have at College Works Painting--and the impact they pride themselves on having--is much the opposite of FOMO.
Today we call this phenomenon FOMO, or Fear of Missing Out.
com and checking out its 'new in' page each week leaves me with severe FOMO.
She does sleep quite well but I think she suffers from FOMO (fear of missing out) because she likes to be there for everything.
Whether it's an event like a bluegrass concert or a bucket list item, riding all the way across the USA, FOMO is your friend in this business.
FOMO, or "fear of missing out," is a colloquialism among Millennials, according to author Darian Rodriguez-Heyman and KC Fox, senior marketing manager at Eventbrite.
I put my head underwater to think and realized my problem was exactly what brought me here in the first place: FOMO.
If there is one thing guaranteed to fill any music fan with FOMO (fear of missing out) it's the dreaded "we are currently experiencing a high demand" message on a online ticket site but, at 9.