To New Beginnings

[Image Description: Rikki sitting at a table in a cafe. She is working on computer on her MacBook Pro which is covered with a turquoise case. A coffee cup sits beside the computer.]

[Image Description: Rikki sitting at a table in a cafe. She is working on computer on her MacBook Pro which is covered with a turquoise case. A coffee cup sits beside the computer.]

As you may have noticed, this website has gotten a long overdue makeover.

As I've gotten laid off of my most recent and most paying job (out of all the current ones I have), I had the sudden push (which, again, was way overdue) to spruce things up on my website to try to make things more appealing to schools and businesses in hopes that more speaking opportunities and collaborations would happen in the future. It is time to put even more focus into my YouTube work, my speaking work, and even my writing work. 

Earlier in the year, I had created Deaf Poynters in order to separate my writing work from this website. Nothing had been posted since June as I was putting it on hold because a company had gotten in contact with me and wanted to help me give it a well put together design. A few months later, I have decided to do away with the website all together and will merge everything into one. This helps me create more work for myself while also getting more traffic to this website so, that way, people will see what the public speaking services I have to offer.

Here, just like like on my YouTube channel, the written works will be covering a variety of topics. I won't be covering only deaf awareness and accessibility stuff. I will also write about mental health, child abuse, etc.

And just in case you're thinking, "Oh, but what if these written pieces and this blog drop off the face of the website too?" It might happen, but if it does, at least this website will be staying since I kind of need it for my career. So ha! 

Anyway, check out all of my social media and my YouTube channel listed in the upper right hand corner of the website.

I'll see you again. soon. 

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