Category Archives: Events

On the eve of my 39th birthday I’m already thinking about turning 40. What will I wish I would have done by then? How can I make sure the next year is pretty epic? Well I’ve taken a few personality tests over the past year and I usually come back with titles like “The Commander” […]

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Yes, you heard it right! I want to egg your house this Easter weekend! My new friend Blythe came up with this awesome adoption fundraiser and she is fully booked! So she suggested I take the reins to earn some funds for our Burundi adoption! Here’s how it works: 1. Email me at alison@alisonstorm.com and […]

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ThankfulBelle

Someone once said that it is impossible to feel grateful and depressed at the same moment. Every day we make a choice about whether we want to be thankful for what we have or dissatisfied with what we may think is missing from our lives. November offers such a great reminder of the importance of […]

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Monster Truck

I’m not going to lie. Watching monster trucks crush cars and pop wheelies is not my idea of a thrilling Friday night. But I have a two year old who is extremely passionate about all things cars. And watching him get excited about things and experience life for the first time is thrilling for me. […]

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Jan 7 Rice Bowl tee

In an effort to shine the light on some incredible organizations and businesses that are changing the world I’m kicking off something I call Operation Good Tee. On Wednesday during the HIS Radio morning show I’ll wear a special t-shirt from a really cool charity or movement and tell you a little bit about that […]

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Do you make resolutions or goals at the beginning of every new year? I do. But 2014 proved that God’s plans are way bigger than my own. I was busy thinking about how much more water I was going to drink and all the money I was going to save, but God was working on […]

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Alison Gifts GRAM

It’s the last day to enter a fabulous giveaway I curated for HIS Radio! It’s full of companies that are giving back to help the less fortunate around the world. I also threw in a couple of products that will help you and your loved ones keep the Word of God close to your heart. […]

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I do not like being busy. Don’t get me wrong, I’m thankful for my jobs (all three of them) and the fullness of life. But I think there is a real threat of letting busyness take us away from community, relationships and serving others. This has been a recurring theme over the past month through […]

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Happy 30th

Something even cooler than Apple arrived into the world in 1984. That happens to be the same year my husband was born. We’re spending the weekend in Atlanta attending the wedding of a dear friend and spending time with other close friends. When I turned 30 I jammed out to this Tim McGraw song a […]

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The November issue of Belle is hitting stands this week and inside you’ll find my weekend getaway piece about attending a Carolina Panthers game. I’m not exactly a football fan. In fact I have a hard time watching any sports on TV, but put me in a packed stadium with some good, greasy food and […]

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We put our house on the market and within two weeks we were under contract. We’re now just three weeks from closing. We’ve been in this home for five years and while I’m excited for the new adventure that awaits us, it is hard to say goodbye to this one. It’s the third home I’ve […]

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Francine Bryson

Wednesday nights have been so much sweeter thanks to The American Baking Competition and the self-proclaimed redneck star Francine Bryson. The quick-witted Pickens girl made us laugh with her one-liners. (“We don’t call them petite fours. Where I come from they’re just tiny cakes.”) This week my husband and I were invited to attend a […]

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We have a new PR/Marketing intern starting this week at Ambassador International. I know there has been a lot of talk about interns lately. (Apparently you’re not allowed to send them on Starbucks runs anymore. Dang it!) I was pretty much a professional intern during college. I interned in four news rooms across the country […]

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Michael Hyatt

There’s no use denying it: I’ve ignored this website. I could give you a bunch of reasons (and they’re pretty good ones if I do say so myself) but that doesn’t excuse the fact that this has not been anywhere near the top of my list of priorities. Believe me, I’ve thought about it. I […]

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Sam Sterling

I could start the year off rehashing all of the things I failed to blog about during the fourth quarter of 2012, but instead I’ll tell you why. I blame this guy: That’s my baby, Samuel Sterling, now four months old. Which, by coincidence is exactly the length of time it’s been since I last […]

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I love saving money. And I love talking about saving money. And of course, I love writing about saving money. I recently wrote a post for UltimateCoupons.com about how to shop like an Olympian. An anchor at the local NBC affiliate saw my article and asked if I could talk about it on TV. I […]

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Ambassador International website

Anyone who has ever been a part of a website redesign knows it’s a MAJOR project. It takes planning and forethought, creativity and LOTS of writing! One of my many job titles is publicist for Ambassador International. I also do a lot of marketing work and lately that has meant writing copy for our new […]

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Christian Voice Mag May2012cover

In addition to writing, I also help authors get the word out about their books. Recently I’ve been able to score some really big interviews for the authors that I work with. Here are some highlights. Author David Sitton was featured on the cover of the May issue of Christian Voice Magazine. Inside they included […]

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Reckless Abandon by David Sitton

I absolutely love David Sitton’s new book Reckless Abandon. I feel strongly about the message so working to land media interviews for David was exciting. And I was absolutely thrilled when the Hour of Power asked to schedule him as a guest. Hour of Power is seen in millions of homes and airs on the […]

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If you’ve already registered for my upcoming free webinar– THANK YOU! If not– what are you waiting for? Join my sister, Stephanie Storm-Robertson, and I on Wednesday, January 4 at 4pmEST (please note the new time!) for a free one-hour webinar on starting your own successful online business on a budget. Stephanie Storm-Robertson, founder of […]

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Cookbook Author Judith McLoughlin with Chef Noel McMeel

I’ve been very busy supporting, organizing and promoting author events this month. A project I’m very excited about is The Shamrock and Peach, a cookbook by Judith McLoughlin. It’s a culinary fusion of traditional Northern Ireland and the American South. Last week we attended a promotional event at the Commerce Club in Atlanta sponsored by […]

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