Social Media

One of these days I will find a streamlined way to update things.  But for now, I update each website when I’m near it, or whatever seems easier.  (The Facebook page has gotten a few updates lately, and I joke that Facebook is a necessary evil.)

I’ll figure it out.  Eventually.  Ideally I would update my blog and then copy the update everyplace else.  We’ll see…

This morning I updated my GoFundMe page as that reaches any Twitter followers I have.  Each site has it’s own purpose and I fully believe in supporting each site as best I can (the Facebook page is a bit easier to share pictures, while Twitter is best for short medical updates).

Right now I am texting someone I connected with on Instagram who has Cowden Syndrome!  This never ceases to amaze me.  I wish someone would have told me 3 years ago that all this social medial has a purpose when used for good!

I’m a believer in the Social Media game. I really am.

 

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One thought on “Social Media

  1. i’m so grateful for social media! i still think it can be a huge waste of time, but without it, i wouldn’t have connected with dysautonomia support groups which have made such a tremendous difference for my health!

    and, i certainly enjoy following you on FB and twitter 🙂

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