15 Things to Do Instead of Stalking or Texting Your Ex



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"If you're brave enough to say goodbye, life will reward you with a new hello." - Paulo Coehlo

Here are a few things you can do instead of calling your ex, texting your ex, checking their social media, or rereading those old texts: 

1. Learn twenty invaluable career tips from female entrepreneurs who spend their days working at what they love. (cupofjo.com)

2. Pitchfork has recently expanded their year-round Guide to Festivals! Discover festivals near you, get out and have some fun! (pitchfork.com)

3. Check out this recap of 12 epic TV breakups (washingtonpost.com)

4. If you're a lady, create you very own lady tribe. Here is a list of fun ways to create a stronger, more supportive, connection with your girl friends. (yellowconference.com)

5. Pick up a self-serving mantra. Use this article to help guide you on your search for your perfect mantra. 

6. Turn up your favorite jams and do some major cleaning! Read how de-cluttering your space can do wonders for you physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. (chopra.com) 

7. Have you ever wanted a garden of your own? Here are some tips to help you get started. (chopra.com)

8. Read this really raw and personal story about a guy breaking up with his best friend,  a " 'bro'ke" up if you will. (vox.com)

9. Read this beautiful letter about solitude (brainpickings.org)

10. It's never a bad idea to upgrade your resume. Here are great tips to revamp your resume up! (themuse.com)

11. Learn 9 ways to incorporate mindfulness into your daily life (time.com)

12. Watch these inspiring and thought-provoking Ted Talks

13. And then see how self compassionate you are with these exercises from leading self compassion researcher at the University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Kristin Neff (self-compassion.org)

14. Learn one interesting way to email with an old friend after falling out of touch (medium.com)

15. Here's a funny take on breakup letters from philosophers. Philosophy majors will love! (thenewyorker.com)