Inspired Letters to My Future Self
Keep in touch with your past, present, and future selves with this unique book of letters. Enjoy this new and inspiring look for the bestselling Letters to . . . series with artwork by Sophie Douala.
The ultimate self-care gift!
Nourishing your relationship with yourself is vitally important at every stage of life, and now you can do so in style with this modern and brightly illustrated redesigned package.
Write letters to yourself—just like entries in a diary or journal—then postdate and seal them up with the included stickers. Assign a date for future opening and don't peek until the time arrives. In the years to come, break open your letters like a time capsule to appreciate the past and all that you've become. Included are 12 letters that have the same classic prompts from the original Letters to My Future Self, such as:
- These are my roots ...
- Where I want to go ...
- I never want to forget this ...
- A pep talk for the future me ...
An outstanding self-purchase or thoughtful graduation, holiday, or birthday gift for women or men of any age, this specialty set is perfect to write now, read later, and treasure forever. A NEW TWIST ON AN OLD FAVORITE: Created by Lea Redmond, author of the bestselling Letters to . . . book series that has sold more than 4 million copies worldwide, this fresh twist on the classic format from artist Sophie Douala adds a bit of colorful texture to a timeless keepsake.
PERFECT SELF-CARE PURCHASE: Inspired Letters to My Future Self helps you embark on a journey of letter-writing that will eventually turn into a priceless memento. Future you will thank you.
LETTERS TO OPEN WHEN: The finished set of special notes makes a great self-gift for graduation, a milestone birthday, or any other day that marks a special occasion in your life. Perfect for:
- Anyone with an interest in journaling or time-capsule projects
- A fresh twist on a guided journal or memory book to honor your accomplishments and milestone moments
- Fans and users of other bestsellers in the Letters to . . . series looking for a new aesthetic approach