For what feels like the hundredth time since they broke up,
"What I've learned is that I've really moved on from it," she said to The Boot.com about her breakup from the middle
Despite a very public breakup that had Swift blaming Joe's
"You can't stress about what you can't change," she said. "You have to live your life and be happy in spite of whatever doubts you might have or whatever might have happened." But, be advised, Swift and Jonas are expected to cross paths on New Year's Eve, when they're both scheduled to perform on
Swift also told The Boot.com that she's not ready to jump back into a relationship, and that she's happy being single and working hard to promote her
"I'm not typically the girl who dates a lot of guys or is in relationships a lot," Swift, who turns 19 on Saturday, said. "Most of my life, I've been single. If I meet somebody who's great, I'll make an exception. But I'm really happy being alone ... I don't feel a sense of emptiness if I don't have a boyfriend."
She did, however, say that she has some key dating rules that she brings to any relationship. "If you're like, 'I need to talk to you' all the time, [or] 'Why didn't you call me back?' ... If you're that girl, then nobody's going to want to date you," she explained. "I have this rule: I don't call a guy first. And you can't ever send two text messages in a row."
Swift claims she brings one thing to the table as anyone's girlfriend: her strong sense of self. "It's so important to be confident in who you are," Swift said. "The best thing you can bring to a relationship is a whole person."