#CLMOOC #DailyConnect: Connect with Your Future Self


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We do a lot of connecting with others. But how about time to connect with your own big bad self? Use the FutureMe site to write yourself an email that will be delivered sometime into the future (for example, I am writing this post a few weeks before this post goes live and I am writing an email to myself to remind myself about this post … got it?)

What connections do you hope to achieve in six months? A year? Two years? What will it be like to get a note from the you of “now” in the future? Everyone … do the time warp!

Write a Connected Letter with FutureMe.

Want an additional challenge? Write a note to the future to someone else in your network (if you know their email).

Thanks to Terry for sharing this one out via Twitter.


One comment

  1. Reblogged this on Vanessa's Blogueria and commented:
    most of my reblogs go to the Adjunctiverse (humming “all of my exes live in Texas” as I write), not without it’s own need to connect better — within and without. The latter means jumping some arbitrary boundaries — transgression, literally — and getting back to local and other interest blogging. Besides this looks like fun. I may reblog to my blog based online ESL study group too for a writing exercise.


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