The Savvy Gal's Guide To Doing Anything Alone

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    While people who need people may be the luckiest people in the world (thanks, Babs!), we say, there's nothing sexier than an independent man or woman. But, if the thought of bellying up to the bar or catching a concert by yourself has your stomach in knots, help is on the way.

    We asked Dr. Kristina Taylor, life and executive coach and founder of Enlightened Solutions Consulting, for advice on how to handle (and enjoy!) six major life scenarios, from the wedding that doesn't allow a plus-one to living alone and traveling solo. Single status never felt so boss.

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