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We’ve all heard of “The Fear of Missing Out,” a.k.a. “FoMO”. Wikipedia defines FoMO is “a pervasive apprehension that others might be having rewarding experiences from which one is absent”. It’s fueled by “a desire to stay continually connected with what others are doing” and avoiding the fear of potential regret for having made the wrong decision on how to spend our time.

But what happens when we are constantly rearranging our schedules, saying “Yes” to as many invitations we can, and pushing ourselves to keep going without stopping? What are we REALLY missing out on?

Listen in on this week’s Meaningful Moment for Luke’s perspective on “missing out,” and how we find a place of contentment and a sense of “home” within ourselves, to let the FoMO dissolve.