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FOMO Week – Individuals with heightened levels of FOMO appear to spend an excessive amount of time probing the internet with the intentions of staying in check with the world beyond their immediate reach. How the “fear of going out” may help redefine individuality.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane begin by discussing FOMO and how it pertains to their personal romantic lives. Then, the pair chats about the new era of rom-coms in response to a Mic.com piece. The show wraps as the DJs are joined by DJ Samantha to discuss platonic friendships between men and women.
FOMO Week – For many of us, entertainment has become a major part of our lives, especially with the rise of online-streaming sites like Netflix and Hulu. Here’s how we deal with the fear of missing out at it relates to entertainment and avoiding spoilers.
FOMO Week – The emotional impulse of FOMO has begun to transfer into even the more serious aspects of our lives, like our degrees, jobs, and other such life-long pursuits. Millennials are propelled by work FOMO to make more fulfilling career changes.
FOMO (aka, the Fear Of Missing Out) is, according to some, a growing phenomenon at least partially caused by constant social media consumption. This week, BTR Pulse hosts Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis get the scoop from the public on their worst FOMO moments and what causes the strange longing for a moment that is anything but your own.
Dr. Kristen Bentson, founder of YouAnew Lifestyle Nutrition, shares how to overcome the inevitable food FOMO that comes with healthy-eating. Her workshop includes metabolism testing, four in-person workshops, grocery lists, calorie-customized meal plans, and use of her online meal-tracking tool.
FOMO Week – Conventional wisdom that some individuals are morning people while others are night people is verified by scientific opinion in the field of sleep research. But, can night owls keep from missing out on the morning?
FOMO Week – Facing regrets seems so easy nowadays–especially since the feeling arises so immediately. Some pscyhologists see FOMO as a type of regret and suggest taking breaks from social media if necessary.

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