There are so many ways to connect with people today. There’s all the social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, LinkedIn and on and on. There’s snail mail and there’s email. The telephone now fits in your pocket as opposed to being on the wall in the kitchen with a cord that’s been stretched to lengths not thought possible. You have blogs, vlogs and logs. You can make “friends” without leaving the comforts of your home. Yes, the 21st century is social while being anti-social.
It’s never been easier to communicate with family and friends. With all the new “smart” phones available like the iPhone & Blackberry, you can basically do most things once thought only available on a desktop or laptop computer. It’s also a good idea to have one of these phones or just a basic cell phone for saftey sake, because you just never know. You can now access many of these social networking sites via applications on your phone. So you can tell everyone “what’s on your mind” or give a tweet in 140 characters or less. It’s all very easy to keep up.
So even though you’re no where near home, you can still feel like you’re in the know while on assignment as a traveling therapist. Log on to your favorite social networking site and check out there mobile offerings and soon you can get updates 24/7 straight to your pocket!