If you are financially stable enough to do this, I recommend that you allow yourself to embrace the aimlessness.
You have no direction; all of your plans crumbled to ash right in front of you. Well, that sucks. But I’m sure you can feel it, theres an energy in your life, aura, mind, body, spirit, that used to be there and now isn’t. It’s a scary feeling but if you let go of the fear you’ll find it very easy to breathe because there isnt a current you’re riding. Allow yourself to feel this aimlessness and be okay with it. Then, you’ll pick up on things with intuition. You’ll feel a tug here and there, probably more than one, some pushing you somewhere, some pulling you somewhere, but you’ll feel… so many options! Wow! And then you’ll be confronted with a new problem. You have more options and more potential directions that you know what to do with! Then youll simply pick one, maybe two or three so you dont put all your eggs in one basket, and you’ll find a new direction. But always remember this feeling, the aimlessness. It serves as a reminder that you’re never bound in one direction. You can leave whenever you want, and if the direction dies or goes haywire it’s no biggie because theres so many other ones out there.
If you’re not financially stable enough to do this without a job, then just do your best to find a job that keeps you afloat as you do the same thing, something as a placeholder until you feel the tug, or the push, into the direction(s) you like.