Becca is now living in Los Angeles, CA, and picking up the pieces of her life, and so she opened up about whether another stint on The Bachelorette could be in the cards for her in the future.
"Oh God! I don't know. Lately, people have been asking, I think just because I'm single," Becca shared on Tuesday's episode of Off the Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe.
"I never want to say no and I'd never want to say never. But also, like, I am 30. I feel like a grandma. I love to sleep. I love my bed. I love snuggling with [my dog] Minno."
Becca continued, "When you film an entire season, there's no sleep for two-plus months. I don't know if I could do it again."
Kaitlyn Bristowe, who starred on The Bachelorette's eleventh season, agreed it's "a really, really draining process" and was hard to build a solid foundation with a man when she was dating and dumping dozens of other bachelors at the same time.
As for Becca, she made a "last-minute decision" to pack up her belongings and move to California, where she wanted to live all along, for a "new adventure" in her life.
Becca told Kaitlyn that moving to Los Angeles was "liberating" after living with her mother for two months in Minnesota. Becca said life in L.A. is "magical" and just "feels right" to her at this point in time.
"At the beginning, I just needed to get away. There was so much heaviness going on in my relationship and in my personal life, with my grandpa dying, my friend dying. It was very, very heavy," Becca explained on the podcast.
"Coming to L.A., the first couple days were super hard, I will say that. I went from living with Garrett to living with my mom to being all alone. I was like, 'It's way too quiet,' and I wasn't used to it. Now I love it. Now I love my alone time and having my own space and being able to do what I want and not having to check in."
Becca, however, admitted life is a little more difficult now that Los Angeles is shutting down again because of the recent rise in coronavirus cases.
"It's an adjustment. It's not easy. No one wants to go through a breakup," Becca said.
"But I will say quarantine was kind of nice because I had an excuse to hole up and just feel the emotions. I was sad and didn't have to force myself to go out or make appearances."
Becca elaborated, "I'm honestly still taking it day-by-day. I feel like I'm really just trying to focus on me and feel all of the emotions when they come because I don't want to be that person that bottles them up anymore like I used to be."
A source told E! News in August that Becca and Garrett's lifestyles just didn't "mesh" anymore and the couple realized they were no longer "compatible."
Becca previously said there was a lot that went into her breakup from Garrett even though people assume the differences in their political and social views resulted in them calling it quits.
Becca revealed she was ready to tie the knot with Garrett in December 2019 and the pair's relationship seemed to be strong and thriving in May 2020, but drama began in June when Garrett made a controversial social media post amid the Black Lives Matter movement.
Garrett posted a thin blue line on June 4, which showed solidarity with police forces amid nationwide protests triggered by the killing of George Floyd and appeared to spearhead the couple's demise.
Becca made it known on her own Bachelor Happy Hour podcast that she did not "align" or "agree with" Garrett's perspective. She admitted at the time she and Garrett were trying to work things out but the future of their relationship was uncertain.