This question asked about the Help Action (through the Master of Tactics for Rogue), asking if you can Help yourself and have advantage on your attacks.
This answer states that, in D&D 5E, it is unclear if you are your own ally.
This topic on GItP discusses it and Crawford explicitly states that a friendly creature is another creature, at least for Rally, but probably for all purposes. Note that a creature or a willing creature usually means including you for most spells, e.g. Cure Wounds.
So it seems you are not friendly to yourself, but what about ally? Do you count as an ally to yourself? Is "ally" and "friendly creature" the same thing? Note that the terms "ally" and "allied creature" seem to appear more in the SAC than the PHB.
Note: this question is mainly theoretical and showed up due to the discussions linked and other systems where an ally is well defined (and many times includes yourself, such as Legend or earlier editions), not due to a problem I am having.