This isn’t a typical blog post. I want to talk with you if you’re fed up with a certain social media platform that starts with F.
I hear ya. I’ve got to stay there since there are still people who look there to find what they need, and to find out whether a business is active. But if it doesn't feel right to you, you don’t need to!
If you want to stay in touch with me, learn about what’s going on that might be important to you, and hear about events and other news, there are two ways.
One is Twitter. Yes, it’s a big social media company that sells ads to make a profit. But I’ve had accounts with them for nearly a decade and haven’t noticed any problems.
Here’s a list of my Twitter accounts. You can view each “feed” (timeline) with a web browser, even without creating your own account – just click the links. Or, if you have your own Twitter account, search for my handle (“@“…) and Follow me that way.
Companioning Care LLC = http://www.twitter.com/EOLdd = @EOLdd
Companioning Grief Support = http://www.twitter.com/CompanioningGS = @CompanioningGS
Companioning Care : Pet Grief = http://www.twitter.com/PetGrief = @PetGrief
Companioning Care : Pet End-of-Life program = http://www.twitter.com/PetEndofLife = @PetEndofLife
Surviving & Thriving in Animal Care = http://www.twitter.com/VetCF = @VetCF
(I’ll be adding one more account to this list.)
The other way to stay in touch is by signing up for my email list. Right now, I don’t send out many emails, but I hope to be in touch a few times a month in the future. You can join by clicking "Click Here" in the box just below this blog post. You’ll get an email asking you to confirm before you’re added to the list.
I know the internet can seem overwhelming at times. Especially when you’re facing difficult times. Staying connected with community can help so much, even if you’ve never met face-to-face.
Let’s stay in touch.