Category: A Woman’s Worth

The Allie Way – How do you lead?

Now that I am in my final semester of undergraduate education (where did the last 4 years go??), I have been thinking a lot about my future. Specifically, I have been thinking about how I am going to take charge … Continue reading

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Lily’s Life: Breakups and Finding Strength From Within

Hello my dear friends! So I must admit I’ve never done this before, and it’s slightly intimidating knowing that people will be reading this. But hey, why not. Since I’m new to blogging, I’m just going to talk about my … Continue reading

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Multitasking & Moneysaving Gone Too Far? …

So my husband Shaun was dying my hair light copper chestnut the other day with a paint brush (cue the snickers). After he was finished, the instructions on the box said we had to let the color set for 40 … Continue reading

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Making Yourself a Priority.

One important lesson I’ve learned is that you should always make time for the people and things you care most about. It’s pretty simple really… if you care about something, then you pay something or someone enough attention to show … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – Checking In On What You Do For Your Mental Health

For women leaders, I think there is a huge tendency to take on tasks that are overwhelming without even fully realizing it. Everybody wants to be their best and accomplish as much as they possibly can. But sometimes we can … Continue reading

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