How to be alone in a Covid-19 world
With the coronavirus crisis laying waste to the social calendar, what happens to the FOMO generation when there’s nothing left to miss out on?
I often say that I’m “not a social person”. That, to me, there’s nothing more satisfying than a cancelled plan. That I abandoned any sense of FOMO (fear of missing out) a long time ago, for her kinder, gentler sister JOMO (joy of missing out). But, with the current world health crisis, and Covid-19 threatening self-isolation for millions of people, I’ve been re-assessing what it means to be a loner....
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