Say no to end­less nights of sob­bing into your pil­low. Keep­ing busy will help you fo­cus on tak­ing steps for­ward, not back­wards…

Start a new se­ries

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With Net­flix now avail­able in the Philip­pines, stream­ing TV shows has never been eas­ier. On our radar? Un­break­able Kim­myschmidt, brought to you by Tina Fey.

Join a gym class

Don’t fall into the un­healthy post-break-up trap of com­fort eat­ing mi­nus the work­outs. It will only make you feel worse. Re­mem­ber when Kelly Os­bourne fa­mously checked into a boot-camp re­hab af­ter her split from fi­ancé Matthew Mosshart? We’re not sug­gest­ing a crazy crash diet—but how about bal­anc­ing out your (to­tally nec­es­sary) calo­rie gorge with a new box­ing or yoga class? Ex­er­cise boosts feel-good en­dor­phins. Fact.

Get on tin­der

A vir­tual re­bound can be ther­apy in it­self, and you don’t have to get all smutty with sex­ting: some in­no­cent voyeurism will help give you much-needed re­as­sur­ance that, yes, other smart (hot!) men ex­ist for when you’re ready.


You’re sin­gle again, and what was your love nest now feels like a painful re­minder of the past. Toss out the Po­laroid pegs of cou­ple­dom self­ies, and throw shade at that re­volt­ing rug he bought. It’s time to re­think your space and get a fresh start— new bed­ding, some paint, fresh flow­ers, and an or­ga­nized cup­board with space just for you will make a world of dif­fer­ence.

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