My Macbook formed the base of a neat pyramid of trendy technologies, with my iPad on top of the laptop, and my iPhone resting on the iPad.
Joy of Missing Out, Part 3: But what about when you want a slightly different type of hangout—one that encourages conversation and connection among you and your friends? A night in that celebrates and embraces the joy of missing out.
In honor of the new holiday, we asked three women we admire how they would spend a perfect evening in. I view nights in as quality catch-up time with friends. Great conversation with great drinks and food is really all you need.
How will you celebrate? I grew up with chefs in my family so my love of food and connecting over food was always strong.
This keeps things fun, and makes it easy to juggle food preferences. I like to keep options all in the same family so that it pairs well with a signature cocktail. The taste of fresh juicy peach comes through, pairing well with what will be on the table; an heirloom tomato basil salad and nutty crackers and dip.
When you can though, plan in advance! It lets you be a little more thoughtful and have something special for your guests, like making their favorite snacks or serving up a cocktail inspired by them. Ketel One Botanical Peachy Clean A true crowd pleaser, this crisp, fresh tasting, fruit-forward cocktail is the perfect addition to a night in with the girls.
Fever Tree Soda Water 1 tsp. Muddle peach and lemon slices in a cocktail shaker to combine.
Pour contents of shaker in a wine glass over fresh ice and top with club soda. Garnish with peach and lemon slices as well as a sprig of mint.Close your internet connection, enable Bluetooth and go on!
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'The Joy of Missing Out', a book ALL no surfers should read (attheheels.com) submitted 7 months ago by filthyjeeper I'm almost done with this one, and I've got to give it a 10/10 on the motivational front. Jul 21, · As author Hayley Phelan writes in this New York Times article, there’s a name for this Joy Of Missing Out: JOMO.
Cousin to FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), JOMO is essentially about being . She calls this JOMO or the Joy Of Missing Out. It is a reclaiming of being in the now, of being present to our friends and family with all our molecules, of choosing to fully engage in our own lives.
And that engagement is a joyful celebration. (Facebook et al cause Fomo, yet profit from it: we check them partly for that feeling of participating at a distance.) It was only a matter of time before someone – in this case Fake’s fellow entrepreneur Anil Dash – came up with a counterpart acronym, which encapsulates my stance towards tarot cabaret: Jomo, the joy of missing out.
The joy of missing out leaves you with the joy of choosing what works for you in your life. Thing is, most of us suffer from social media fatigue and missing out may be the only way to step into the life that gives us happiness.