How to get back to normal after a social media hiatus
Posted October 04, 2018 09:24:58After a few months of social media breaks, I was feeling good and ready to make my next big step in my career as a professional social media manager.
But a couple of weeks before I set out to make a big career leap, I suffered a major setback.
A devastating heart attack had left me in a medically induced coma and, with no doctors, no treatment and no way to keep going, I had to shut down my social media accounts.
I had been using the platform for work, but after I was released from the hospital and released from intensive care, I felt a lot more overwhelmed and overwhelmed by the emotional and mental strain that was hanging over me.
I started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money to help cover my medical expenses, and the campaign was quite successful.
Within hours, I received over $3,000 in donations.
As I posted the funds, my social accounts on Twitter and Instagram went dark, but I couldn’t take it back.
I knew that I had made a terrible mistake and I needed to put my personal life back together, but the emotional toll of the social media ordeal had been too much.
I wanted to do something good for myself and for those who suffered as a result of my accident.
I set up a Go Fund Me account for my family and friends and launched a campaign on my own website to raise awareness for the “Social Media Crash” and to help pay for medical expenses.
A few days later, my campaign hit $15,000.
After I had collected the money, I started posting updates on my GoFund Me page, sharing the messages I received from people who shared their story and encouragement to others to follow their example.
It has been such a positive and inspirational experience that I wanted people to see the story I have been sharing on my page and to be inspired to do the same.
After the GoFund me campaign raised $10,000, I began working on my second campaign, which raised over $50,000 and is still going strong.
I am thankful to everyone who has donated, and I am grateful for the outpouring of support I have received.
I want to thank my family, friends and supporters for their support and I want everyone to be reminded of the importance of supporting others.
The GoFundme campaign is not about me, it is about everyone.
My family, my friends, and supporters have supported me, and with your help, I am back to doing what I love most: helping people.
I have learned so much from my experience and I will be using it to help others as I embark on a new chapter in my life.
I look forward to sharing more about my journey and my new campaign as I get back on the road.
I will also be sharing more updates and updates as we move forward.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who donated.
We are doing everything we can to make sure everyone is given the information and support they need to recover.
We will keep you informed as the campaign progresses and we will continue to update everyone about it.
Thanks to everyone for your help.
–Tiffany Smith, CEO, The Tiffany Smith FoundationThe Tiffany Smith Family Foundation is an educational, charitable and entrepreneurial nonprofit organization.
Through our social media initiatives, we are providing education and assistance to individuals, families, and communities affected by a major social media crisis.
For more information, visit www.tiffanysmithfoundation.org or www.twitter.com/tiffanysmith.