In fact, Tayshia told the magazine of her dating life, "It's pretty nonexistent for me right now."
"I really have no desire [to date]... Maybe [in] a year from now," she added, suggesting she's doing just fine on her own.
Tayshia and Zac got engaged when her The Bachelorette season wrapped filming in August 2020. Their engagement aired on the Season 16 finale that aired on ABC in December 2020.
Tayshia's representative announced in late November 2021 that Zac and the former Bachelor Nation podcast host had decided to part ways and end their engagement, and Tayshia first publicly mentioned the split and called herself "heartbroken" while co-hosting The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All for Season 18, which aired in early December.
"I feel like my main focus right now is myself, my career, my mental health, my happiness, my family, my friends and really just becoming my own [person], and I'm really happy with that," Tayshia shared.
Tayshia also apparently isn't into men who try to connect with her on social media.
"I don't even look at my DMs," Tayshia said, adding that she has no idea if she's caught the eye of any Bachelor Nation alums.
"So no, I don't know. And if they did [DM me, I'd say], 'Hi, hello. But a girl's working, okay? I got sh-t to do today.'"
Tayshia also revealed how she's not interested in signing up for a dating app.
In the meantime, the marathon runner is focusing on his career and maintaining his sobriety.
"He's working on Release Recovery and has some upcoming projects in the works," the source said. "He's still very much sober and has been hanging out with friends in the city. He's been turning to friends and family for advice."
An insider also claimed Tayshia and Zac are "still in communication" because there are "some lingering matters" that "haven't been resolved yet," such as projects they had been working on together.
"It seems like there isn't closure yet," the insider alleged, adding however that there "isn't any bad blood between them."
Tayshia and Zac haven't revealed any details about their split, but Us reported late last year the former couple "couldn't fully commit to each other" due to their busy schedules and they "eventually realized it wasn't going to work and their relationship ran its course."
Rumors Tayshia and Zac had ended their engagement and decided to part ways first broke in mid-November.
A source told Life & Style at the time that Tayshia and Zac were "on a break" after Tayshia had been spotted multiple times filming one of her former podcasts without her engagement ring earlier in the month.
"They're definitely taking some time apart to figure things out," a source told the magazine at the time. "It doesn't look good."
Tayshia's representative confirmed to People several days later, "Tayshia Adams and Zac Clark are no longer a couple."
The split came as a big surprise to fans considering Tayshia and Zac had put on a united front on November 7 when they ran the New York City Marathon together, and Zac gushed about his then-fiancee on Instagram the following day.
Zac called the world "a better place" with Tayshia in it and praised her "humility and courage" as well as "heroic" run with chronic knee and back pain.
And ahead of the big race, Zac told People that he was excited things were about to calm down for Tayshia and himself.
"We're really looking forward to kicking back after we get done and really spending some time here in New York," Zac said.
"With our schedules and how everything's worked out, we're just super excited to take advantage of what's here and eat some good food and explore a little bit and make sure that she really feels like she knows New York."
Following their televised engagement in 2020, Tayshia decided to move to New York City to be with her man, but she also kept her own place in California.
In a February 2021 interview with Marie Claire, the previously-divorced The Bachelorette star revealed she had decided to keep her own place "for peace of mind" since this is "not [her] first rodeo."