Drake Just Spoke Out About His Leaked Song That Calls Kylie Jenner a ‘Side Piece’

Drake found himself in a bit of an awkward situation after an Instagram Live revealed a song he’d previously scrapped.

According to E!, Drake (a.k.a Champagne Papi) and Future debuted a previously unreleased song during Night Owl Sound’s Instagram Live, which immediately had people buzzing. “Yeah, I’m a hater to society,” Future’s lyric can be heard as the two rappers mouth along and nod their heads in a video that’s been recorded and shared on Twitter. “Real shit, Kylie Jenner, that’s a side piece / Yeah, I got 20 motherfuckin’ Kylies.”

Drake’s part picks up with the rapper presumably referencing Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid in the same vein, though he only mentions their first names. “Yeah, I got 20 damn Kendalls,” Drake raps. “Young slim baddies and they in Vogue / Yeah, I got 20 fuckin’ Gigis.”

On the morning of May 21, Drake took to Instagram Stories to clarify that this song was not a new hit, but actually a song he chose to scrap three years ago. “A song that mark ran last night on night owl sound set shouldn’t have been played,” he wrote. “It’s a song that leaked 3 years ago and got scrapped shortly after. He was just going too deep in the Drake/Future catalogue. Last thing I’d want to do is wake up having any friends of mine feeling disrespected so I just had to say that to start off the day.”

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This statement has seemingly caused more concern over the song on social media. “Drake calling Kylie Jenner a side piece on a song 3 years ago when she was 19 and he was 30…ya it don’t sit right with me,” one Twitter user wrote. Future, who sang the lyric about the youngest Jenner daughter, would have been around 33 at the time, while both Kendall Jenner and Hadid would have been in their twenties.

Though Drake was not the rapper who mentioned Kylie Jenner by name, the pair sparked relationship rumors back in November 2019. “He and Kylie have been spending time together recently,” a source told People at the time. “They’ve been friends for a long time and Drake is very close to the family.”

However, the rumors were eventually squashed. “Kylie and Drake are not romantic,” a source told E!. “They have always been good friends and have been hanging out more that Kylie is single and Drake is in town at his house in Calabasas. It’s a convenient friendship but it’s strictly platonic.”

Body Hair in a Razor Ad? Thank Georgina Gooley

Gooley has always had her finger on the pulse of what women are feeling, even in extreme circumstances like the current pandemic. On May 12, Billie released a short film called “Are We Doing Video?” The project was entirely conceived and shot over Zoom, and shows the very real pressure women feel to apologize for their appearance on the plethora of video chats we’re suddenly attending.

“We’re continuing to challenge the societal pressures women feel to look a certain way, and that’s really been true of everything we do,” says Gooley. “We noticed that working on this project made us freer to open our video chats without hesitation. No more apologizing for bedhead, looking pasty, or feeling like a hot mess. We hope women everywhere start to feel the same sense of freedom. Of course, it’s going to take more than one film for us to completely stop apologizing for how we look but we really hope it’s a start.”

The fact that the brand sees shaving as part of a self-care routine, instead of a grooming routine, is what sets it apart. Gooley understands that some women feel their best with zero body hair, some feel best with full body hair, and it’s up to your desecration to change that at any time. She notes that she’s spoken to women about their shaving habits in quarantine, and while some are taking this time to grow out their hair and do away with shaving all together altogether, lots of women are actually taking this time to shave every day since it makes them feel good.

For Billie, it’s always been about meeting women where they are, and providing the best product possible, instead of enforcing some sort of unachievable ideal and enforcing rules. “That really is the crux of what we came out with initially, which was a great women’s razor that’s priced the same as a men’s razor,” say Gooley. “Taking out any of the pink tax and talking to women the way that I wish someone was talking to me, which was not telling me how I should look or how I should behave.”

Since Project Body Hair’s initial launch in 2017, the body hair market hasn’t changed drastically—there are still ads where women shave pelvis-high bushes into heart-shaped topiaries and women’s razors are still often more expensive than men’s—but the industry is starting to take nods from Billie. In 2018, Gillette released an ad owning up to its outdated beauty standards and showcasing a range of body types, skin tones, and yes, visible hair. Razor brand Flamingo often posts hairy toes on its Instagram, and although celebrities with visible body hair still make headlines, it’s usually met with praise, not disgust.

“[Project Body hair] was personal to me, personal to my team, and it’s been amazing to put that out there and have so many people not only care about the message but share their own body hair and rally together to change the stereotypes that we’ve been living with for so long,” says Gooley. “I’m super proud to be part of a team that created this, but also just really proud to be in a time where women are banding together. We’re not taking it anymore, right? The status quo isn’t good enough, and we’re going to rewrite it.”

Bella Cacciatore is the beauty associate at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @bellacacciatore_.

37 Best Memorial Day Clothing Sales 2020: Nordstrom, Coach, Everlane, & More

Everlane: Everlane’s Choose What You Pay Sale is one of those early bird deals (it’s been live for over a week) that lasts until stock sells out. Consider it your first stop for up to 50% off summer staples like lightweight tees and versatile denim jackets.

Everlane The Denim Button-Front Pencil Skirt

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$65

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Everlane The Denim Jacket

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$88

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Cole Haan: Slip into some new walking shoes with up to 70% off sale styles through June 3.

Verishop: Get up to 70% off popular fashion labels like Rhode, Joie, Baum und Pferdgarten, Billie the Label, and more. Oh, and did we mention it’s got two-day free shipping and returns?

Joie Polli Ruffled Long-Sleeve Top

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Sancia The Isabel High-Rise Wide-Leg Pants

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Madewell: With things finally heating up, you can start to get excited about summer fashion again. Take 30% off all dresses and sandals with the code HAPPYTOGETHER from May 19 until May 26.

Madewell Embroidered Button-Back Tiered Sundress

Madewell

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Madewell The Boardwalk Double-Strap Slide Sandals

Madewell

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Moda Operandi: Shop new season styles up to 50% off from luxury brands like Khaite, Ulla Johnson, and Zimmermann. No code needed.

Ciao Lucia Ezio Cotton Top

Moda Operandi

$285

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Margherita Resin and Faux Pearl Hairclips (Set of 2)

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Universal Standard: The size-inclusive brand rarely does sitewide sales, but it’s made an exception this year with 25% off everything on May 25. If you haven’t shopped from the brand before—it’s known for its elevated basics, so you can score a ton of dresses, silk midis, and pretty loungewear for less. The brand is also running another sweet deal: $65 for a pair of jeans from May 22 until May 24.

Universal Standard Bridget Jogger

Universal Standard

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Universal Standard Bae Boyfriend Crop Jeans

Universal Standard

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Tanya Taylor: Add some color to your wardrobe with Tanya Taylor’s printed dresses and tops, which are up to 50% until May 25. No code needed. For every order, the brand will also be donating a portion of funds for a face mask in conjunction with its #MakeAMask campaign.

DL1961: A pioneer in sustainably-made denim, get up to 30% DL1961’s women’s, men’s, and kids’ sections until May 25. The discount will be automatically applied at checkout—and includes items on sale too.

DL1961 Hepburn High Rise Wide Leg

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DL1961 Taryn Cropped Oversized Jacket

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Falconeri: Swap your terry sweatshirts for one of Falconeri’s lightweight cashmere sweaters, now at 20% off from May 21 through May 25.

Best Memorial Day Athleisure Sales

Alo Yoga: It’s hard to pass up an Alo sale—especially when things are 50% off. Get everything from leggings to cozy hoodies at half price from May 21 through May 25.

Carbon 38: Now that the weather is ripe for socially distant activities (hi, rollerblading), you can totally justify those neon-colored bike shorts (you have to commit, right?). From Koral to All Access, Carbon38 has all the cool athleisure brands you’ll want to add to cart, with up to 80% from May 20 to May 25 with the code MDW2020.

Nike: Early morning walks call for colorful kicks to pop against your monochromatic joggers—and Nike has hundreds of styles up to 40% off.

Nike Yoga 7/8 Tights

Nike

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Nike Joyride Run Flyknit

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REI: Planning a hike or trip to the lake? Save up to 30% off on gear and clothing through May 25 when you shop at REI.

Bandier: Add some fresh loungewear—at 30% off—to your current rotation with matching sets from P.E. Nation, Sold Out NYC, Spiritual Gangster, and more. No code is needed to activate the promo, which runs from May 21 through May 25.

Zappos: The multi-brand shoe mecca currently has a ton of deals going on, including select styles from Nike and Vans up to 25% off from May 19 through May 25—no code needed.

Nike Air Max Oketo

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Vans ComfyCush Slip-On

Zappos

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Year of Ours: Workout dresses more your thing? Check out Year of Ours for some of the most fashion-forward iterations we’ve seen yet. The brand will take off 30% from May 22 through May 25 when you apply the code DRESSME at checkout.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Reportedly Made This Classic Cocktail for Their Anniversary

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry‘s wedding anniversary celebrations are starting to sound more like the ones we have and way less like those of a duke and duchess.

We, quite frankly, love to see it. The couple’s second anniversary fell on May 19, not long after they (along with baby Archie) relocated to Los Angeles. A source told Harper’s Bazaar additional details about their day, which included less time working and more time relaxing.

Harper’s Bazaar royals correspondent Omid Scobie reports Markle and Harry “enjoyed a low-key anniversary celebration, spending part of the day looking back at their 2018 wedding with a number of people over video calls—including some of the vendors who helped bring their Windsor Castle ceremony and receptions to life.” His source said, “They all reminisced about what a beautiful and magical day it was.” Hopefully, they were able to squeeze in some family calls to Markle’s mom Doria, Prince Charles, and the Cambridges, as well.

The source also had some details on the food and beverage menu for the day: Mexican and margaritas. There are few places in the country with as amazing Mexican food as Los Angeles, so we wholeheartedly approve this decision. Did they go full Taco Tuesday, or was it more of a burrito and fajita night? We’d love to know. Do you think they went for frozen margs? Is Harry a salt or no salt guy? Did their pal George Clooney send over a few bottles of Casamigos? These are the important questions we need answered.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently threw a low-key party at home to celebrate Archie’s first birthday. “Meghan made the cake—strawberries and cream,” a source told People magazine in a recent article. “And Harry helped with decorations and blew up balloons.”

We continue to stan these highly relatable royals—and raise a margarita to their two years of marriage.

Universal Standard Memorial Day Sale 2020: Shop Jeans For $65

At this point, you may be ready to burn your entire PJs collection and cancel sweatpants for good, but not before shopping the Universal Standard Memorial Day Sale. This weekend only, the size-inclusive brand is offering all jeans styles for $65, and there’s truly something for everyone. If you’re not fully ready for a form-fitting denim moment, the selection includes roomy boyfriend styles that won’t leave your current homebody routine too shook. Or if you want nothing more than to get into a snug pair of skinny jeans as we take steps towards a new version of normalcy, the sale still has you covered.

The direct-to-consumer fashion brand took the industry by storm with its radically-inclusive sizing in 2015, flipping the traditional size chart on its head and reworking it for women of all shapes and sizes, without sacrificing style. The selection of modern basics is made for a variety of bodies, bringing the relaxed yet polished aesthetic to so many more women. So whether you have a hard time finding jeans that fit you properly, or are just itching to wear a pair of real pants again, shop our favorite jeans from the Universal Standard Memorial Day Sale, ahead. FYI, the savings don’t stop at bottoms—come May 25, you can shop everything else from Universal Standard at 25% off.

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Sephora Memorial Day Sale 2020: The Best Deals to Shop

The world may look very different right now, but there’s one thing you can still count on: the Sephora Memorial Day Sale. While the beauty retailer recently reopened 70 stores in 13 states, it’s online where you want to be looking to score some of its biggest deals—good news for those of us who are still confined to our homes, and, you know, anyone who loves paying half price for beauty products. That’s right, deals are up to 50% off for the holiday weekend.

Unlike Sephora’s famed Beauty Insider sale, there aren’t tiers or special codes you need to unlock the deals. Rather, all the new discounts are available in the retailer’s sale section. So, what you can you expect to find there? Unsurprisingly, after months of so many of us not wearing makeup, that’s where you’ll uncover some of the best deals from the sale. Tons of foundations and concealers are steeply discounted—like Tarte’s serum-like foundation with SPF and Lancôme’s top-selling concealer that works wonders to cover breakouts—as well as a number of mascaras, like IT Cosmetics’ cult-favorite Tightline Mascara, which also doubles as a lash primer and eyeliner.

Elsewhere, you’ll find some seriously good deals on hair tools, like T3’s adjustable curling wand (which comes with multiple sized barrels) and the Glamour Beauty Award–winning Amika Hair Waver that gives you the coolest-looking beach waves. And, if you’re not able to get back to the salon yet, might we suggest a #quarantint? Because Amika’s rose gold and purple temporary hair color sprays are only $11 now. Also there’s no minimum order size for free shipping—just use the code FREESHIP at checkout.

To that end, we’ve rounded up the best deals across categories for to shop to your heart’s delight during the Sephora Memorial Day Sale. Don’t forget to check out all the other great Memorial Day Weekend beauty sales, too.

The Best Skin Care

It Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye Brightening Eye Cream

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Foreo UFO Masking Device

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Peter Thomas Roth Potent-C Power Trio

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$75

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Sunday Riley Space Race Fight Acne, Oil & Pores Kit

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$65

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Sunday Riley Power Couple: Lactic Acid and Retinol Kit

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$82

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Kiehl’s Buttermask Intense Repair Lip Treatment

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$26

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The Best Hair Care

Amika High Tide Deep Wave Iron

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T3 Whirl Trio Interchangeable Styling Wand Set

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Amika Desert Trip Temporary Hair Color Spray

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$18

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IGK Low Key Cleansing Walnut Scalp Scrub

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DryBar Mai Tai Spritzer Sea Salt Spray

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Amika Bust Your Brass Purple Leave-In Conditioner

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The Best Makeup

Tarte Sea Water Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 15

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Becca Cosmetics Sunlit Bronzer

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Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra Wear Camouflage Concealer

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Lancôme Hypnôse Drama Waterproof Mascara

Sephora

$27.50

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Benefit Cosmetics Gold Rush Blush

Sephora

$30

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IT Cosmetics Tightline 3-in-1 Mascara

Sephora

$25

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The Best Body Products

Sol De Janeiro Glowmotions Glow Body Oil

Sephora

$35

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Ouai After Sun Body Soother

Sephora

$25

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Kora Organics Sun-Kissed Body Glow Oil

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$58

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Peter Thomas Roth Instant Mineral Broad Spectrum SPF 45 Sunscreen

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$30

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The 27 Best Movie Series to Keep You Busy During Isolation

If you’re looking for both quality and quantity in your next movie night, I have the list for you: the best movie series of all time. There are plenty of reasons why banging out film franchises is a better idea than watching a bunch of one-off movies. (Although, we have recs for that too.) For starters, it eliminates the agony of choosing. Once you’ve settled on a franchise, you’re set for the next week, at least. And also, something about marathoning a series like Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings feels special—like a party or event you would go to if the world were normal right now.

But don’t worry if sci-fi isn’t your jam. Some of the best movie series are completely grounded in reality, like the hilarious Bridget Jones chronicles or the Fast and Furious franchise. In the mood for something lighter? Dive back into the Toy Story movies. You can’t wrong with those!

Or any of the film franchises, below. Behold, the best movie series for making the next week fly by.

Lady Gaga Says She Felt ‘Too Ashamed’ at First to Be Friends With Ariana Grande

Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande just dropped what may become the 2020 song of the summer: “Rain on Me.” And in a new interview, Mother Monster opens up about how the collaboration came to be.

“It was the joy of two artists going, like, ‘I see you,'” Gaga told Zane Lowe of Apple Beats 1. The two connected so much, in fact, that Grande tried to pursue a friendship with Gaga after they finished the song. But something held Gaga back. “She was so persistent. She would try over and over again to be friends with me,” Gaga said, per E! News. “And I was too ashamed to hang out with her because I didn’t want to project all of this negativity onto something that was healing and so beautiful.”

“Eventually she called me on my sh-t. She was, like ‘You’re hiding,'” Gaga continued. “And I was like, ‘I am hiding. I’m totally hiding.’ And then this friendship blossomed.”

“Rain on Me” is all about dancing through your tears and pain. It’s catchy as hell and ready-made for a dance floor. “I’d rather be dry, but at least I’m alive / Rain on me, rain, rain,” they sing in the chorus.

“One time, I felt like I was crying so much it would never stop. Instead of fighting it, I thought, ‘Bring it on. I can do hard things,'” Lady Gaga tweeted upon the song’s release. “@arianagrande, I love you for your strength and friendship. Let’s show them what we’ve got.”

Grande echoed the sentiment. “One time, I met a woman who knew pain the same way I did, who cried as much as I did, drank as much wine as I did, ate as much pasta as I did, and whose heart was bigger than her whole body. She immediately felt like a sister to me,” she wrote on Twitter. “She then held my hand and invited me into the beautiful world of Chromatica, and together we got to express how beautiful and healing it feels to cry! I hope this makes you all feel as uplifted as it does for us both. I love you @ladygaga, you stunning superwoman!”

Fans are rightfully freaking out over what’s sure to be a massive hit.

Seriously, thank goodness these two became friends, because “Rain on Me” is most definitely a song the world needs right now.

18 Things to Do If You’re Feeling Lonely and Isolated

In 2020, over 70% of millennials and Gen-Zers report feeling lonely—and that research came out pre-coronavirus pandemic. Since then, our social interactions have nearly disappeared (and let’s be honest, Zoom happy hours are great but not the same).

Clearly, feeling lonely isn’t uncommon. We’re more digitally connected than ever, but social media often exacerbates feelings of isolation. With the help of loneliness expert Kyla Sokoll-Ward, we created this list of 18 things to do when you’re feeling isolated, lonely or a little bit down and out. Rather than scrolling endlessly, invest in yourself with these tactical ideas and practices to turn your loneliness into positivity.

1. Make a list of affirmations

Channel your inner Jessica and break out a list of your finest qualities (or do a mirror chant of them while standing on the sink if you’re feeling bold). According to about a dozen studies, daily affirmations can lead to reduction in stress, greater adaptability, and less ruminating—all will help in managing loneliness.

2. Reach out

Send a funny gifs to five friends reminding them you think they’re awesome. “The biology of loneliness has us focus inward—turning our attention outward is one of the most important steps we can take,” Sokoll-Ward says. “It creates a powerful, positive experience and allows us to help others.” Plus, putting more positive connections into the universe can up your chances of receiving those warm fuzzies back.

3. Turn up the volume

Listen to this UnLonely Playlist, curated by The UnLonely Project, a six-song list built on the recommendations of other lonely people. You can submit your ideas for their next iteration, and read up on how The Foundation for Art & Healing is helping people (like me & you) combat loneliness with creativity.

4. Get a global penpal

Postal workers rejoiced when an 11-year-old sent colorful mail around to brighten her mailman’s day. Postcrossing opens up a world of new friends by pen, with a network of 793,500 global communication enthusiasts who have sent over 56 million postcards. You can see recent photos of postcards uploaded, too.

5. Join a digital community

Sometimes you just need a little check-in. Love Touchpoint hosts one daily at 6 p.m. ET where you can join a diverse community that meets to talk about human connection and love. A wide range of characters will welcome you warmly and share deeply personal stories—it’s common to feel an unexpected connection to the narratives of perfect strangers. When we gather albeit virtually, it’s easier to recognize that we’re in this together even when we feel alone.

6. Laugh out loud

Netflix is stacked with comedy specials which can help you find a little levity. Hearing the crowd giggle is good for you too—just hearing laughs has been proven to reduce stress on the nervous system. Some of our favorite ladybosses on the stage are here, and ready to hang with you.

7. Listen to an uplifting audiobook

Have you read “Untamed,” yet? Because wow, what a journey of self-discovery Glennon Doyle invites you to go on. Try the audiobook to feel like she’s hanging out life-coaching you from the heart through your headphones. For other book ideas, check out our favorite books of 2020.

8. Adopt a pet

There’s a reason pandemic pets became a thing: a furry pal can be your best listener and snuggler. To find a shelter near you, check out adoptapet.com.

9. Twerk it out

305 Fitness is an upbeat twerkout-workout full of positive energy. Your instructor will probably be wearing bright colors and tell you you’re amazing for showing up. You are, don’t forget it. Exercise has long been lauded for the happy rush of endorphins it triggers but according to the Journal of Experimental Biology, exercise can also induce the production of endocannabinoids. In other words, not only will you get endorphins and serotonin, working up a sweat will literally put you on a high.

10. Go on a virtual date

Hear us out: even if you have no interest in actually finding a match, services like Quarantine Together are offering a new way to connect with people you would typically never meet. It can be a great, no-pressure way to chat with someone new.

11. Do a social media detox

A University of Pennsylvania study showed that those who spent 30 minutes a day or less on social media experienced less loneliness, depression and FOMO (yes, there’s research on FOMO). In a Harvard Health blog, Dr. Jeremy Nobel urges us to monitor what makes us want to “snack” on social media, and what else might “satisfy those cravings.” If you find yourself absentmindedly opening Instagram, try picking up a new hobby like knitting to keep your hands busy while you watch The Great.

12. Embrace Mother Nature

A deep breath of fresh air, rain on your skin, or feeling grass between your toes all can help us connect with nature and ourselves, says Sokoll-Ward. When you’re feeling isolated, getting outside and going for a short walk can help you shake the funk.

13. Take yourself on a date

Celebrate you, on your own, and channel loneliness into self-care, with a full day or evening of what you love: favorite foods, shows, a fresh coat of nail polish or a nap. Think about your perfect hour or day, and make it happen. You-time can be a celebration of being alone, reframing your loneliness.

14. Get zen

Meditation, mantras and yoga can all help you sit with or shake off the loneliness you’re feeling. Headspace offers an accessible 10-part audio course called “Reframing Loneliness” and many other beginner meditation courses. (And they’re currently offering free memberships for those who are unemployed.) If meditation isn’t your thing, a soothing class with Yoga With Adriene is a positive mental health booster.

15. Prioritize pleasure

Sexual pleasure is a vital part of wellbeing—spending some time with your body’s erogenous zones exploring self-pleasure can be a powerful form of self-care. Maybe that’s trying out a new toy, exploring a new video, or just working with your hands. Orgasms release a flood of oxygen and brain chemicals that boost your mood, and come with a variety of other health benefits.

16. Organize a reunion

If you’re feeling lonely because of the pandemic, organize a digital reunion to catch up with friends or family. Turn it into a themed party with a dress code or suggest everyone bake the same thing (like the perfect chocolate chip cookies) so you can feel like you’re all sitting around the same table.

17. Light a candle

The Danish concept of hygge, or coziness, involves lots of candles and blankets. Creating warmth in your space will help light you up internally too and feel better. You can take it a step further with the advice of Barbara, an Irishwoman in her 80s who lit candles because seeing the flame flicker about gave her a sense that someone else was around. You light up the world, Barb.

18. Turn on a TV show

Sometimes, sitting with your thoughts isn’t the best for a lonely mind. Use the passive conversation of others to take the quiet out of your space. My personal faves: Great British Bakeoff and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy: they’re so damn nice to each other, it makes me believe in humanity over and over again.

If your thoughts of loneliness have your thoughts spiraling, Crisis Text Line is here to help you—trained supporters are standing by via text at 741741 to chat with you about your loneliness. And, maybe you’ll be able to train up as a volunteer and pay it forward someday when you’re feeling up to it. You’re not alone, you’re not the only one feeling this way, your feelings are valid, and there is something you can do about them. Even though we may be feeling lonely, we can at least be lonely together.

11 Times Chandler and Monica Were Total Relationship Goals on Friends

In 2015, rumors that Friends costars Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry were dating in real life surfaced, and fans of the long-running series lost their minds at the idea that Chandler and Monica could be a thing IRL. Sadly, that rumor turned out to be false, but the truth is that Cox and Perry’s fictional alter egos have already given us enough relationship inspiration to last a lifetime.

Let’s take a look back at all of the moments that these two characters were defining couple goals.

When Monica taught Chandler the seven (seven, seven, SEVEN!) erogenous zones. They weren’t even together then, but every relationship requires knowing what turns the other on—and Chandler got a jump-start right here.

When they first hooked up at Ross’s wedding in London. The best awkward morning after in the history of morning afters.

And when you knew it wasn’t just a one-time hook up. One of the most victorious moments in Friends history (on the same level as “I got off the plane,” in our books).

When they had to keep their relationship a secret from the rest of the crew. These stolen moments were everything.

When they first said “I love you.” And hearts everywhere melted. Only these two could make a raw turkey and carnival glasses romantic.

When their secret came out. It was even sweeter than our Chandler-and-Monica-loving hearts knew was possible.

When they decided to move in together. Now they’re one of those full-blown, we’re-so-in-love-it’s-almost-annoying couples. Except it’s never annoying when it’s these two.

When Monica proposes—and then Chandler does too. We officially cannot handle all the feels. Has there ever been a more perfect proposal in television history?

When their wedding vows were as perfect as wedding vows can be. “Chandler, for so long I wondered if I would ever find my prince, my soul mate,” Monica says. “Then three years ago, at another wedding, I turned to a friend for comfort. And instead, I found everything I’d been looking for my whole life. And now, here we are with our future before us, and I only want to spend it with you—my prince, my soulmate, my friend.”

When they became parents. Basically every major life milestone they went through turned us into saps.

But really, it was all the simple, sweet moments between Monica and Chandler that made us want to be just like these two. Chandler and Monica 4Ever.