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Have questions you want to ask yourself?

Have questions you want to ask yourself?

Feel free to include those in your memo! The specifics of what you put in your letter are less important than the act of writing the letter. These are just a few reasons why you should write a letter to your future self:

  1. Increase your level of gratitude.
  2. Grow awareness in yourself.
  3. Manifest your destiny by creating your future (I know this one sounds a little hippy-dippy but stick with me).
  4. Use it to measure, and Achieve Goals.
  5. Write your letter and ask the hard questions

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2. Grow Awareness in Yourself:

2. Grow Awareness in Yourself:

Writing a letter to your future self will help you see yourself in a whole new way.

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1. Increase your Level of Gratitude:

1. Increase your Level of Gratitude:

Gratitude can help foster a sense of healing from trauma, along with other psychological benefits, such as a reduction of aggression and frustration. So be sure to include things that you are grateful for in your letter; this will remind your future self to remember when you were so thankful to b...

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3. Manifest your destiny and create your future:

3. Manifest your destiny and create your future:

Writing a letter to yourself (3, 5, or even ten years into the future) is the perfect way to let your imagination run wild and dream big. I’m not talking about specific goals (yet) but rather the desire for a bigger, better future.

It is your life, and this is your chance to express your wi...

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4. Measure and achieve goals:

4. Measure and achieve goals:

SMART goals are goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-based. A letter to yourself is the perfect time to spell these out! Write them down and get that energy out into the universe

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5. Write your letter and ask the hard questions:

5. Write your letter and ask the hard questions:

Don’t wait any longer, grab a pencil and paper (or a computer) and start putting your thoughts to good use! The appreciation for current aspects of your life will feel good. Self-awareness isn’t always easy to find, but it is precious. Even if you don’t believe that you can manifest your destiny,...

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If you haven’t started yet because you don’t know where to begin, you could always start with the tough questions:

If you haven’t started yet because you don’t know where to begin, you could always start with the tough questions:

  1. Who are you, and what do you want in life?
  2. How are you going to get there?
  3. What actions will you do to get you one step closer every day? What is your biggest dream? Or your greatest regret? The thing you fear the most about your fut...

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