was Once the vacation pictures are something we put into a photo album. Today we put them online so the whole world can see where we have been.
Many people spend a lot of time looking at the pictures, and it can provide a virkelighedsfjernt impression of the world, and how others ' lives are.
For on Instagram are all on holiday, all to the cool parties, they eat delicious food all the time, and all have the latest clothes.
In the wake of the extravagant lifestyle is the emergence of new concepts like FOMO, which stands for 'fear of missing out' (fear of miss, red.).
the Holiday - 19. aug. 2019 - at. 12:58 discredited: Sprayed holy water on my bf's butt
the Fear to miss something the australian wannabe-influencer Fiona Melbul.
The 27-year-old woman has the debt for the 20,000 australian dollars, which is equivalent to 90,000 dollars in the hunt for the perfect Instagrambillede.
- My brother said that he was going to Disneyland. I replied, I'm coming with you! And then I took a loan, tells Fiona Melbul to Current Affairs.
She borrowed the first 10,000 dollars, which has been doubled to 20,000 dollars in the pursuit of the perfect picture.
She says that it is the fear of missing out on things, caused by the social media, which has contributed to the fact that she has borrowed the money.
- You are taking 10, 20 shots, before you have the perfect picture. When you roll it up on social media, are you waiting for your friends to see it. So you get all of the comments, where they are jealous. It makes me feel in a good mood, I can do it, says Fiona Melbul to Current Affairs.
A good advice, if you want to avoid FOMO is to sign of its social media once in a while.