In 2013, the word 'FOMO
' was officially added to the Oxford Dictionary, an acronym which stands for the Fear of Missing Out and describes that anxious feeling that can arise when you feel there is a more exciting prospect that is happening elsewhere -and unfortunately, you're neither there, nor experiencing it yourself.
Effective immediately, No Sleep No FOMO
will be screened on Discovery Channel and Discovery Asia in Brunei, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
People feel that they could have been at events or places but were not and this is what is called as FOMO
As a perspicacious tech writer observed in a particularly well-constructed narrative, FOMO
described the pang of envy, wave of anxiety, ocean of self-doubt and gnawing irritation we feel when we realise other people are having fun and we're not.
Even in the pre-digital era, we all felt the force of FOMO
when we were young.
The agency's job was all about creating "FOMO
," Simons says.
SINGAPORE - From eating balut in the Philippines, snowboarding in Korea to racing through snow in Switzerland, 10 stars and social media influencers visit different countries and exhibit endurance, courage and creativity on "No Sleep No FOMO
| We've had Fomo
- the Fear Of Missing Out, then Jomo - the Joy of Missing Out - Now comes Fofo - Fear of Finding Out - or the anxiety people feel about looking at anything from their bank statements or worrying whether they're being cheated on.
You must embrace FOMO
(that's a "fear of missing out.")
Finding My JOMO; The fear of missing out (FOMO
) has now given place to the joy of missing out (JOMO).
The firm also named mobile payment company, FOMO
Pay, as its official merchant acquirer on Friday.