How To Avoid Traveling FOMO!

Everyone is traveling this summer and it can be hard when this is you all Summer! 

Trust me I have been there but thanks to Elite Daily they have a few ways you can avoid FOMO when others are traveling. 

1. Limit Your Time On Social Media

One of the best ways to deal with the tragic FOMO feels is simply by stepping away from it all.

Spending your time swiping through the spectacular pictures of all of your friends living it up in their country of choice won't make you feel any better.

2. Explore Your Area

Maybe you're not off on a grand adventure exploring amazing places, but you can make the most of where you are. 

 Make an effort to get to know your area a bit more, and you might be surprised with what you find. Get to checking things off your college bucket list while you still can.

3. Join A Fun New Club

If you're feeling totally left out, put yourself in a place where you stop feeling that way.

Join a club, intramural sports team, or group activity that has always intrigued you. You can even go out on a limb and start your own with some classmates.

4. Bulk Up Your Resume

Snag an internship, volunteer around your college town, or pick up a new job. Studying abroad looks pretty epic on a resume, but so will you.

5. Make A Future Travel Bucket List

A girl can dream, right. Curb your FOMO by planning your future travels and dream destinations. The sky's the limit.

Text your home squad and start planning a tropical summer getaway, or a lit spring break vacation so you have something on the calendar to look forward to.

6. Establish Your Hustle

If you want to get to the places on your travel bucket list, you're going to have to work for them. Now is the ultimate time to get started.

Carve out some time in your class schedule to embrace your side hustle and rack in that *beautiful* extra cash.

7. Stay In Touch, But Do Your Own Thing

Video call your friends a few times during their semester abroad, but don't feel like you have to all the time. Sometimes, constant contact can be a reminder you weren't able to go.

Instead, do your own thing and reach out when it feels right. You'll see your friends in just a few short months.

8. Put Your Heart Into A New Workout Routine

Stay distracted with a workout routine you'll absolutely love. Focus the mind, body, and soul.

Out with the FOMO, in with the happy hormones.



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