Welcome to The Average Girl’s Guide (TAGG)! This quasi blog/web site was created based on the notion that we are all the same average, typical gal who want to live our best, most fabulous life. We want to look good, feel kick-ass, be successful (whether that’s climbing the corporate ladder or being a stay-at-home-mom) and have fun. It doesn’t matter if you’re 26 or 62, where you live, your background…. we’re all pretty much the same at the end of the day. Spend time here and on TAGG’s Facebook and Twitter pages for plenty of fashion inspiration, easy meal recipes and snack reviews, special discounts, + something very special to TAGG, “Vent Sesh” where TAGG delves into weight, loneliness, secret bff’s, the impact of social media, etc.. It’s your handbook to live your best life!
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Who’s the voice behind TAGG? That’s me, Alyson, a 30-something living in Florida who’s a wife, daughter, mom and a working gal (I own a pr/digital media firm called Seligman Brand Strategies) who strives to be the best version of herself. I have a slight obsession with cute cardigans, nutella, watches, florida gators, fab flats, traveling and people watching. I love to be in-the-know, find the best deals, and discover the latest foods and healthy treats. And, I love to chat and write… which is why this blog is one of biggest loves.
Be sure to say hi, comment, tweet, pin, like, etc (it makes so me happy!). Have a question for TAGG? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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