A Letter From A Past Self

May 9th 2017

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A letter from myself written on 1/7/16 and delivered on 5/6/17

On Saturday morning, I woke up to a letter I have been thinking about for a long time.

At the beginning of 2016 I found a website that allowed you to send a letter to yourself in the future. So, I thought it would be appropriate to send a letter to my future self graduating with my MBA. For the past year, I have remembered that I wrote the letter but I had no memory of what it said. Now, having received it I am so glad I wrote it.

It is so crazy to see that I am actually becoming the person I told myself I wanted to be. When I wrote this letter, I hadn’t joined my yoga studio yet or even knew it existed, now I go daily and I could not imagine it not being a part of my routine. I still listen to those same empowering musicians with every ounce of me. And I have found someone to love.

I am so happy to see that I am moving on a path that would make past versions of myself proud and I am happy that, for a change, I wrote something that focused on myself and who I was on a personal level more than who I was friends with and who I was fawning over at the time. I am glad that I can look back at this letter and see me and no one else.

I also plan to get “do good.” tattooed on my ribs this summer so seeing that I wrote that quote in the letter to myself is a sign that I am making the right choice.

So to close this out, Dear Past Jessica,

I love yoga and empowering musicians. I laugh at fuck boys and I have found someone to love. I didn’t fall while getting my diploma. And, lastly, I love you right back.



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Jess, 25, yogi, believer in things, book worm, shy, aspiring human of Earth. I like to spend my time on a yoga mat, typing away with my thoughts, or taking pictures of anything and everything. Stop on by for everything from self-care to book reviews to fashion posts and more!

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