Why Don’t You Revel Now

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The Multiple Personalities strike again. Past Heather wrote Future Heather a Birthday email.  She was pretty darn smart, Past Heather.

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FutureMe.org is pretty awesome.  Super user friendly and a great concept.  It’s a digital word time capsule of sorts. Why don’t you write an email to your future self, too.

Don’t know what you want to say to yourself? Why not take Past Heather’s advice: Revel today – what about today is important to you?  Describe it to yourself. Write what you know. Write what you’re questioning. Write what worries you and what makes you proud. Write your NOW story. You’ll thank yourself later!

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12 thoughts on “Why Don’t You Revel Now

  1. Julie @ Peanut Butter Fingers

    oh heather, i love this! my high school english teacher had us do this during my senior year of high school. she then mailed the letters to us during our final year of college. it was SO neat to hear from my younger self and read what was important to me then and how things have changed since. perhaps my favorite part was my advice to myself!

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  3. Kelly@Chow-Daily

    What a cool idea for a site. In any point in our lives we’re feeling a certain way, worrying about things in the near as well as distant future, and stressing about things that just happened or are going on currently. I like the idea that these emails to yourself puts everything into perspective. I think I’ll write one to myself about enjoying the present and being aware of myself each day.

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