In The Frisky 30-Day Breakup Guide, psychologist Trina Dolenz, Ph.D., better known as the doc who whipped broken couples into shape on Tool Academy, offers up advice on making a "mental map" after a bad breakup: a big collage of all of the stuff that you've always wanted to do... but you didn't have time, or your ex wasn't into it or you kinda forgot about your own needs while you were in the relationship.
Great news: Now that Pinterest exists, it's way easier to play cut-and-paste and turn it into a "wish board." First, create a Pinterest board for each of these categories... and you'll be up and running. (Feel free to give them creative names, too!)
Ah, freedom! That means you can go on vacation wherever you'd like — whether you're traveling solo, road tripping with a group of friends or going on a girlfriend getaway.
The beauty of Pinterest virtual vacays is that the sky's the limit! Toss up gorgeous vistas of any and every place you've wanted to go: a cross-country RV journey? The view from a pristine beach? And guess what: Now the only vacation opinion you have to take into consideration is your own.
The best part about not having a guy by your side? The freedom to objectify male stars whenever you see fit! Who's your fave? Drool away now that you're unattached! Think of Pinterest as your personal teenage girl bedroom's ceiling. May we suggest pinning a few of our featured Man Candy Monday boy toys?
Maybe you've always wanted to learn how to make French pastries or learn Photoshop. Now's the time! Pin stuff you'd love to master — like a pic of an intricately knitted scarf or a super-chic side table made from salvaged wood.
A breakup is a perfect excuse for a teensy bit of retail therapy. Don't plunge yourself into credit card debt, but there's nothing wrong with buying yourself a little something, like perfume just for you (check out Viktor & Rolf's intricate Flowerbomb bottle — perfect for pinning) or a hot pair of heels you can wear around the house if you feel like it. The cool thing about Pinterest is you can savor all of your choices before you decide which token to buy yourself... just as you'd research a present for a loved one.
Eleanor Roosevelt. Amelia Earhart. Virginia Woolf. Hillary Clinton. Whatever strong woman inspires you, give her some Pinterest real estate by choosing a sophisticated photo of her and clicking on it whenever you need some encouragement. If they can divide and conquer, you can too!
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