Usually, it's the future that will reflect back on the present. We decided to flip that around.
So send your future self some words of inspiration. Or maybe a swift kick in the pants. Or just share some thoughts on where you'll or what you'll be up to in a year, three years...more? And then we'll do some time travel magic and deliver the letter to you. FutureYou, that is.
Getting a surprise from the past is actually kind of an amazing thing - just check out all the people on Twitter and Facebook that agree.
FutureMe.org is based on the principle that memories are less accurate than e-mails. And we strive for accuracy.
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