I’ve seen this goal thousands of times on other goal lists, but I never got around to adding it myself. In 5 years I imagine I’ll be in a totally different place in my life, so it’ll definitely be fun to look back at how I was during my teenage years. To make this as insightful as possible, I’ll add everything from my fears and dreams to my favorite color and who my friends are. Not quite sure where I’ll put it for 5 years, though. I can just figure that out after I write it :-) 15 months ago
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How I did it: I really didn't know what I would write about. I figured that in five years, I'd hopefully be in college by then. It was a fluent experience; I just jotted down everything that I deemed necessary to my brain. Most of the things I wrote about didn't seem very important. I even acknowledged this thought subconsciously while wiring. But I know that no matter what I wrote, in five years I wouldn't remember a damn thing. It would all be new(well, old), refreshing, and nostalgic.
I cannot wait to read it. I really just hope that in five years time, I've met all of my goals I foresaw for myself.
Read how I did it… 2 years ago
How I did it: I actually rewrote this three times because I couldn't get into what I was writing. Once I did, however, I wrote nearly six pages. Everything from my favorite foods to my hopes for the future got documented in my letter. I can't wait to open it in five years and see how my life differs from what I imagined it to. The letter will be hidden safely in my dresser, that way I'll come upon it whenever I go through my clothes. Read how I did it… 14 months ago
when I did this… I don’t quite remember if I waited five years, or three years. Either way, there’s a lot that goes on in that amount of time, and at the same time a lot of things continue to be the same. It was a bit funny to me what my preoccupations were at the time I wrote the letter. It let me know that somehow I evolved during that time. That’s always worth knowing about! 16 months ago