Thanks for visiting Word2thabyrd Blog! I am so grateful to have amazing followers just like YOU following me along on this little journey. I want to take a moment and inform all of you the precedence behind this blog. I wanted to deliver my mission statement and vision for my blog. This is very important to me to remind all of you all that I am truly passionate about helping others and strive to make a difference. I studied Fashion Merchandising at Texas Christian University (Go Frog’s) and my goal is to provide my knowledge to all of my reader’s especially on both quality and versatile goods. My blog has been such a fun creative outlet for me and want you all to know that we are “keeping it real” over here at Word2thabyrdblog.com.
Word2thabyrd Blog Mission Statement
To provide quality style or fashion advice for all women, while influencing others to be their best selves while giving back to society through team work enhancing one’s quality of life.
Word2thabyrd Blog Vision Statement
To become the place women seek advice for fashion, beauty, and philanthropic ideas or advice while conquering life’s greatest challenges or enjoying life’s simple pleasures.
Word2thabyrd Blog Posts
All posts are solely written for Word2thabyrd Blog. All photos and content must be credited back to the original post and permission through Word2thabyrd Blog.
Affiliate Programs + Product Reviews
Word2thabyrd Blog is involved in several affiliate programs. These affiliate programs are chosen carefully and are only programs that here at Word2thabyrdblog.com feel truly express the brand. The goal is to provide visitors or Word2thabyrd Blog with honest feedback and provide quality products. If you have a question, please do not hesitate to e-mail Kristen at firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope this information leaves you feeling reassured of the purpose of Word2thabyrd Blog. There are so many blogs out there that I want to make sure I always stay true to all of my followers. Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoy reading my blog!
Kristen or “byrdie”