Things to Do Election NYC: What to do to shake off your Trump-induced slump By Jillian Jorgensen email@example.com Updated November 9, 2016 3:35 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email You are tired, your head hurts, you are dehydrated. Maybe you saw somebody crying on the subway. Maybe you cried on the subway. New York City was in the grips of an epic election hangover Wednesday, even though its voters declined to partake in the Donald Trump bender that a huge swath of the nation went on Tuesday night. The outcome is not the one city voters wanted — except for those on Staten Island, anyway. But you still woke up in the greatest city in the world. If you need some self-care today, New York City offers plenty of activities to help you cheer up. Go see a Broadway show Photo Credit: Getty Images / Stephen Chernin Play tourist for the day and hit up the TKTS booth for discounted tickets to see a Broadway musical or play. Laugh your way through a comedy. Let a tragedy give you cover for sobbing in the dark. Play 'Hamilton' on repeat Photo Credit: Getty Images / Theo Wargo You probably can't afford tickets to this specific musical, but you can let its soundtrack comfort you with its story of a poor immigrant who rises above his circumstances to become a founding father. Sing along when Angelica proclaims: "You want a revolution? I want a revelation. So listen to my declaration: 'We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal.' And when I meet Thomas Jefferson, I'm 'a compel him to include women in the sequel!" We won't tell anyone if you're off-key. Have a cookie Photo Credit: Schmakary's Head to Schmakary's in midtown for a cookie -- there's plenty of seasonal options, like the Thanksgiving-themed candied yam and the sweet corn cookies. You might want to avoid their classic funfetti flavor if it is to remind you of the confetti that did not fall on your chosen candidate last night. Go to one of the city's dog runs Photo Credit: Julienne Schaer Stop watching CNN and start watching dogs run around one of the city's dog runs. Among your options: the Carl Schurz Park Dog Run near Gracie Mansion at East 86th Street on the East River; the Adam Yach Park Dog Run in Brooklyn Heights at Columbia Place and State Street, and the Tompkins Square Park Dog Run in the East Village. Or visit a cat cafe Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Maybe you're more of a cat person. Cuddle up with a feisty feline at Koneko, where an hour of cat-time will set you back $15. It's in Brooklyn at 26 Clinton St. Go for a scenic run Photo Credit: AFP / Getty Images / Timothy A. Clary Exercise is a proven mood lifter, as is being outside. Combine them with a run through Central Park, pictured. If Manhattan's a schlep for you, go to Prospect Park or the boardwalk along Rockaway Beach. Catch a free comedy show Photo Credit: Gandhi, Is That You? You have got to laugh to keep from crying, so check out one of these free comedy shows. Start thinking about the next election Photo Credit: Getty Images / Drew Angerer For political junkies, the conventional wisdom is that the 2017 New York City mayoral race begins now. So start coming up with funny tweets about #deblasiosnewyork and draft your Twitter hot takes accordingly. Distract yourself by baking Photo Credit: Jillian Jorgensen If you are overwhelmed by nervous energy that has tempted you to post a screed on social media, busy your hands by baking. You will be rewarded with something to stress eat, like these pumpkin doughnuts one amNY.com employee decided to bake early this morning when the election night adrenaline wouldn't wear off long enough to let her sleep. Start drinking Photo Credit: Alexandra Foley It's 5 o'clock somewhere, but it doesn't even have to be 5 o'clock to partake in happy hour at some of the city's bars -- here's a list of places where drink deals start early. Better yet, drink like a European Photo Credit: Gastroteca Astoria If you promised to leave the country but you can't actually afford it, just drink like you have left the country by sipping a European-inspired aperitif. By Jillian Jorgensen firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.