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JOMO Journal

Joy of Missing Out
By Kate Pocrass
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Say goodbye to FOMO (the fear of missing out) and make way for JOMO (the joy of missing out). In our busy lives of go-go-go and yes-yes-yes, JOMO is about unplugging, slowing down, and choosing activities intentionally—...
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Say goodbye to FOMO (the fear of missing out) and make way for JOMO (the joy of missing out). In our busy lives of go-go-go and yes-yes-yes, JOMO is about unplugging, slowing down, and choosing activities intentionally—all without worrying what other people are doing. Packed with inspirational quotes, fun prompts, and offline activities—from "analog pleasures" and "books to read this year" to "ways to treat yourself"—this illustrated journal invites users to rebalance priorities, find happiness in being present, and reconnect with themselves.

• MOVE OVER, FOMO: Embrace the joy of unplugging from technology and reconnecting with yourself! This guided journal is packed with fun, thought-provoking prompts and quotes, plus plenty of space for journaling. It will offer you accessible ways to let go of FOMO and foster personal growth.
• JOMO IS AN ACT OF SELF-CARE: Actively choosing to "miss out" can make you more mindful and intentional with your time, and discover the happiness in simply being present. This guided journal will help you do just that.
• A BEAUTIFUL GIFT: This illustrated journal is a thoughtful gift for anyone in your life who wants to step back from the rat race, rebalance their priorities, and seek out what truly makes them happy.
• INCLUDES: Paperback journal with flexi-binding, 5 x 7 inches, 176 pages, full-color illustrations throughout
Format: Journal: Specialty
Pages: 176
Size: 5 x 7
Publication Date: 08/04/2020
ISBN: 9781452184623

Kate Pocrass is the author of I Was Here, Side Walks, En Route, The World Awaits, 40ish Weeks, Pleased to Meet You and Firsts and Favorites. She founded Mundane Journeys, a hotline that suggests off-the-beaten-path treks in San Francisco, and self-published Mundane Journeys and Mundane Journeys: Field Guide to Color, for which she was awarded two Cultural Equity grants from the San Francisco Arts Commission.