The great big elephant in the room that is Taylor Swift’s love life has finally roared to life. And Swift isn’t too pleased. That her personal affairs seem to be overshadowing her career is a topic that’s lingered on the brain since she first started cavorting with the Kennedys. But since having people judge you over your love life is kind of the pits, here are a few things that Taylor could consider to turn down the heat…
Take a dating sabbatical.
It’s not the worst idea in the world. It’s likely that Swift never really gets the clarity she needs because her relationships are within nanoseconds of overlapping. Taking a little break to reflect and have fun on her own may also tame the tabloid beasts.
Follow Steve Harvey’s 90-Day “Think Like a Man” Technique
Steve Harvey’s ideology may have become subject for fodder. But the comedian/author just might be onto something with that 90-day rule Since Taylor’s romances tend to fall apart somewhere around the three-month mark, she would be well-advised to use that 3-months to flesh out what kind of relationship she's really going to have with these guys. It might help her not to get wrapped up so quickly.
Stay true to your style.
Swfit seemed to give us her answer about how she was handling her split with Harry Styles, when she showed up at the People’s Choice Awards in a white-hot, Ralph Lauren number with a plunging neckline. It was a much more “adult” Taylor than we’re used to. But she seemed more stoic than usual. Perhaps if she’d integrated more of her whimsical self into the outfit, she wouldn’t draw critical attention.
Ditch the break-up songs.
It’s hard to separate your career from your dating bumbles when you keep writing songs about your ex-boyfriends. As such, Swift should probably lay off the break-up material for a while. Start a journal instead. Critics likely dub her gimmicky and immature because she keeps integrating these “guess-who-I’m-talking-about” songs into her repertoire. Traveling and accumulating single girl experiences could also help her to expand her musical material.