50 Things You Need Instead Of A Boyfriend
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50 Things College Girls ~Actually~ Need This Holiday Season Instead Of A Boyfriend

Seriously, ditch the dude, friends are better anyways.

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50 Things College Girls ~Actually~ Need This Holiday Season Instead Of A Boyfriend
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You haven't just heard it once, but you've heard it a million times. So called "cuffing season" is upon us, and suddenly everyone is freaking out over being single the closer we get to the holiday season. Instead of sitting around and feeling sorry for yourself, think about all the things you need instead of a boyfriend.

A good night's sleep

A vacation

A snack

Pizza

 A night hanging out with your friends in pajamas

 Brunch

 To start keeping a journal

 A whole box of your favorite chocolate

 A spa-like bath

New lipstick

 A date with your mom

 To play your music as loud as possible

 Ben & Jerrys

 A Mexican food themed night

Giphy

 A nap

 To dance around in your room

 A new Pinterest board

 A new hair do

 Another credit card

 To live your life

 To have fun

The ability to not have to share food

 A date night with yourself

 A picnic

 Taco Tuesday

 A stroll through Target

 To go to a farmer's market

 A new book to read

 A savings account

 To go on a walk

 Concert Tickets

 To rearrange your room

 To purge your closet

 A budget plan

To go grocery shopping

 To take up yoga

 To try new cuisines

 A throwback playlist 

 The confidence to not depend on someone for happiness 

Instead of freaking out as the weather gets cooler, think about the more important things you need than that guy who won't text you back.

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