Write Now. Read Later. Treasure Forever.
By Lea Redmond
s Favorite Things Pick for 2015.
If you knew then what you know now, what would you tell yourself? It's the age-old question that's both thought-provoking and immensely frustrating. How we feel about certain things changes over time. Our recollections are colored by our experiences and often we forget more details than we remember. That's just the nature of the beast, mostly, but it can also be a bit sad. Luckily, there's a solution that delivers heartfelt advice and potentially hilarious memories from the person who's best equipped to deliver them: you.
Give yourself or someone you love these Letter to My Future Self and you're giving them an opportunity to alter their outlook as well as how they'll eventually view the here and now. There are twelve letters in all, each one made to fold into itself to create its own envelope. The letters come with a prompt so the writer is never at a loss of what to say and each letter's message is as meaningful as possible. Once the letter is complete, it's sealed with a whimsical sticker (also included) and saved until the time is right to reopen, reread, and enjoy.
Letters to My Future Self is a winning gift for anyone who is about to embark on a big trip, a new job, a major move, or any other significant life change. Nothing mega on the horizon? That's okay, sometimes it's the little moments that we want to remember most. With these letters in hand, your loved one can save each fleeting feeling and special occasion for posterity, all thanks to you.
At once a priceless memento and a journey forward in time, this innovative book of 12 fold-and-mail style letters offers a unique way to capture the moment. Each letter bears a prompt to inspire self-reflection. Once written, the letters can be sealed with the stickers included and postdated. The keepsake bundle of letters is like a dozen diary entries for the future. A thoughtful present for anyone embarking on a new stage in their life's journey, Letters to My Future Self offers both the gift of looking forward and the delight of remembering times past.