I hope my future self remembers to take one step at a time and have short term goals that eventually reach my long term goals.
Even though this year has been full of ups and downs, I knew it was the best to learn from them.
When you set goals for yourself you have to have a good supportive support system, when you feel like giving up they can help you out.
I hope my future self maintained a healthy lifestyle and stayed on track in school. I want to ask my future self about what I could have done better this year in order to make life easier for them in the position they are currently in.
There are a lot of things I would love to remember in the future that my family has taught me over the last 13 years. This is something really fun to write a note to my future self and read it when I am older.
Life really isn’t perfect. It’s not the way you’re imagining it. You’re going to overcome a lot of obstacles that you’re not expecting at all. There’s going to be fights with your parents.
The date of today is August 12, 2020. We are still in our homes because of COVID-19. Some say that turning 18 if far away but it’s right around the corner trying to sneak up on you. I can’t imagine what I look like being 18.
We will have to move forward with our lives never knowing how different our lives would have been if this had never happened.
As a teenager I have made a handful of decisions that I later regretted in life. I realized that those might not have been the best decisions I’ve made personally, but they seemed right at the time.
I’m writing you this letter in the first place to remind you of who you are. This world is crazy in so many ways. One thing that will stick with me the most is to stop worrying so much- especially about the little things.