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I struggled a lot in the year I spent being deliberately single and the year after that; scraping together groceries was a challenge, and I had a lot of anxiety about making rent.But I reminded myself of the deeper, underlying motivation behind the career I was trying to build for myself.Before the relationship imploded, I was a twentysomething whose top priority was romance. It dawned on me that I was so addicted to comfort and cuddles that I’d neglected to nail down some of the other crucial, big-ticket issues that you’re supposed to work on in your twenties.Namely, I was more than a little freaked out about this “purpose” thing.At first, though, I worried about becoming too obsessed with all my self-improvement goals.But it only took a few months into my year of being single that I realized this wasn’t a huge risk.
These daily and weekly habits gave me some structure and discipline–both crucial to hacking it as a solopreneur.
Six months later, I nailed a regular gig with a major publication that paid several grand a month.
A year later, I was fully independent for the first time in my life, and I started the coaching business I own today.
There were times when I silently begged for a former flame to call or text me.
But rather than leaning on my exes or landing a Tinder hookup, I leaned into my work instead.