Here we are two years later and Runway Teacher has reached another milestone! I first started this blog with the idea of motivating women with style tips and feeling stylish with affordable fashion pieces! Today, Runway Teacher has branched out to sharing lifestyle tips like How to Face Adversity, to traveling blog posts like Things to do in Burlington Vermont, to sharing my personal reviews on products like Teeth Whitening, educational tips like Tips for New Teachers, and even sharing personal stories like The Proposal.
Of course, with this milestone I want to personally thank you my readers, supporters, and of course my family. You all have no idea how much it means to me when I read your comments or your interest on my blog posts, so THANK YOU! I have always loved writing and sharing ideas with others and so creating this blog site allows me to do such things at my pace, my time and about things I’m passionate about. Below I am linking a couple of my most viewed blog posts for this 2 yr. blog anniversary! I think it’s important to acknowledge past work and reflect as a blogger how far you have come since then. Seeing these past posts allow me to reflect on my content and motivate me to become an even better blogger. After all, as a blogger, there is always room for improvement.
Anyhow, let’s talk about the darling black dress with these awesome bell sleeves. You all, I get so excited when I hear South Texas is getting a cold front, because it means I get to pull out my Fall boots! I have always loved the color combination of brown and black so why not pair this cute little black dress with OTK boots. What I love most about this black dress are the bell sleeves!
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Once again thank you for your support and motivation and as always, God Bless You!
And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.