Lindsay Lohan insisted her partying days and legal troubles are a thing of the past, telling Matt Lauer in an exclusive "Today" interview Thursday, "I don't need to see any more negative stuff. I don't need to put myself in those places anymore."

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Lohan also said she's not looking for love at the moment, and doesn't plan on focusing on that aspect of her life.

Now that her life has improved, LiLo discussed what she learned over the past year while working at L.A. County Morgue. "The two women that I work with there have been so wonderful to me. I've learned so much from them. I'm grateful."

The 25-year-old platinum blonde says she's looking forward to hosting this Saturday's "SNL," and said she's okay with "poking fun at myself," even explaining she spoke with her attorney about being disrespectful to Stephanie Sautner -- the judge who presided over her case.

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As Lohan's legal issues come to a close, she explained she is trying to make a comeback, and get back to what she loves most: working in Hollywood. "I want to focus on me. And I want to focus on work."

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