Why I Took A Break From YouTube (Get Ready With Me – New Colourpop Makeup) | Rikki Poynter
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From August 18-31 (and then some), I took a break from YouTube. I’ve taken a few breaks from YouTube before, but for the first time, I took a REAL break. As in no filming, editing, very few email writing, and I wrote very little: just something for Patreon.
I took this break so 1) I could have a real vacation with my boyfriend and his family at the beach and 2) for my well being/mental health. Every other time I took a break, I was still working. You just weren’t seeing it. So it did nothing for my health. That needed to change.
Work wise, my head has cleared a little bit. I’m still trying to figure out what my schedule is going to be like, my five year plan and goals, and how to accomplish those things. But now that my head isn’t so stuffed, it will be a lot easier to get that done!
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Rikki Poynter is a 27-year- old deaf vlogger on YouTube. She makes content about deaf awareness, accessibility/closed captioning awareness, mental health, feminism, and more. Since making her first deaf related video on October 1st, 2014, Rikki has been on the Huffington Post, Mic News, Upworthy, ABC News, BBC Newsbeat, BBC Ouch, BBC See Hear, and other news outlets in various countries. Also, she has been working on her new closed captioning campaign, Lights, Camera, Caption!, to try to get more YouTubers to closed caption their videos. After hopefully one day taking over YouTube, she wants to work on the rest of the Internet.
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