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We’ve all been there – everyone you know gets engaged, married or pregnant in one six-month window and the announcements and invitations to bridal or baby showers hit you all at once. If you’ve ever felt at sea amongst a crowd of blissfully joyful friends, grab your copy of Holly Bourne’s How Do You Like Me Now or kickstart a comeback with this Top 10 from Tori Bailey.

Take your bestie as your date to the third wedding of the year and Drink All the Wine.
Bestie
Dance to Lionel Richie’s All Night Long with said bestie like no one is watching, but look great doing it just the same.
Lionel Richie
If you’re getting a bit down on your body (don’t, you’re gorgeous!), draw a face on your stomach rolls for a laugh.
Belly Face
Drink a green smoothie to feel better about the wedding wine. 
Smoothie
For a quick confidence boost, take a hot Instagram selfie and watch those likes pile up!
Likes

Buy engagement present for fifth girlfriend this year, and don’t think about why your long-term boyfriend hasn’t proposed yet.
Why no love?
Buy chocolate for yourself while engagement present shopping.
Chocolate

If you catch yourself wondering whether you can wear the same dress to 3 different weddings, buy new dress.
New Dress

Watch 27 Dresses and thank god you haven’t had to be a bridesmaid this many times.
27 Dresses Movie

Don’t look at the clock when there’s cake mashed into your carpet, just think of all the ways you’re the Cool Aunt!
Cake

  • How Do You Like Me Now - Holly Bourne

    'Turning thirty is like playing musical chairs. The music stops, and everyone just marries whoever they happen to be sitting on.' Who the f*ck is Tori Bailey? There's no doubt that Tori is winning the game of life. She's inspired millions of women to stick two fingers up at convention with her bestselling memoir, and she has the perfect relationship to boot. But Tori Bailey has been living a lie. Everyone around her is getting married and having babies, but her long-term boyfriend won't even talk about getting engaged. And when her best friend Dee - her plus one, the only person who understands the madness - falls in love, suddenly Tori's in terrifying danger of being left behind. When the world tells you to be one thing and turning thirty brings with it a loud ticking clock, it takes courage to walk your own path. It's time for Tori to practice what she's preached, but the question is: is she brave enough?

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