“Comparing ourselves to others, and worrying about what we might be missing out on, has been around since long before social media. It can strike us unexpectedly at any time, and makes us feel terrible. So we definitely want to have practical tools available to use so we know how to reverse the negative effects of comparing ourselves, or wondering… Am I Missing Out?”
In this solo podcast episode, I’ll share with you some different ideas and practical strategies for managing the very normal, but uncomfortable spaces of comparing ourselves and FOMO.
I share some of my own strategies and insights about what’s worked well for me, and how to best protect yourself from getting caught in these unhelpful thinking patterns that can really lower your mood and self-esteem if they’re not managed well.
Learn more about:
🌱 How to quickly move your mind away from comparing and into a space which is focused on how what you’re doing right now really is good enough, and the best thing for you
🌱 The daily habit that acts as a preventative measure against experiencing these kinds of thoughts
🌱 How to turn your FOMO into a win-win situation for yourself
Get the template mentioned in the show today here: The Slow Life Project Daily Planner
If you’d love to learn more about how to slow down and chill out before you burn out, then download my ‘3 Easy Ways to Start Living Slower (that require zero extra time!)’ guide. The changes are so small and easy to implement and yet you’ll immediately start experiencing more joy and satisfaction in your life.
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Website The Slow Life Project
Hi! I’m your host, Lana Hall. Registered Psychologist and owner of Sage & Sound, Author of The Slow Life Project, Speaker and Mindset Mentor, from Brisbane, Australia. I help overwhelmed, overcommitted, overthinkers chill out before they burn out. How? By using practical, easy to implement, evidence based tools from psychology!