Humans are, by definition, social animals (most of us anyway). So it stands to reason that we care a bit what others think of our perceived successes and failures. But, in the age of social media, keeping up with the Joneses has now become keeping up with the Joneses, the Smiths and the world and his wife too.

The consequences go far beyond FOMO. Evidence is building that suggests a link between social media use and increased rates of anxiety, which is already at a record high according to the UK Council for Psychotherapy.

Make a conscious effort to separate what matters to you from what you’re willing to let slide. Not enough likes on your Instagram photo? Not sunning yourself in Santorini? It’s probably overrated. Set realistic personal goals and check yourself before getting worked up about the things that you’re stressing about out of habit. Make 2018 the year of IDGAF.