Reflection Journal

Letter To My Future Self

Letter To My Future Self. Hello everyone, I hope you are well. In today’s post, I will be sharing a letter to my future self. A letter to my future self is a perfect way to reflect on when you made it later in life. By writing a letter, you’ll see how far you have come. Earlier this year, I wrote Letter To My Younger Self. So I thought I’ll write a letter to my future self because she’ll probably need a friend to talk to if she ever reads this. Sometimes you need to be reminded of the person you were vs now to be healthy. It would help if you decided whether what you are going through right now is any worse than what you did in the past.

Letter To My Future Self

Dear Mrs Something,

You are reading this letter because you probably need a friend to talk to. Well, I’m here. And I want you to be doing so well, and everything will be alright. This is your life now, happily married, little siblings for Sasha-Ann. Isn’t this what you always wanted? A family of your own.

How’s the business going? Or your job? I hope you have left your career as a receptionist and started your own company. Girl, talk to me. How’s your mum – Lady Pradah, dad, sister, brother? Is there another addition to the family yet?

Anyway, girl, let’s talk. So what’s going on with you?

I want to remind you that you have come a long, very long way. I have been through a lot, and now life can only get better. If you have ever felt down, girl, stop it. Just stop putting yourself down. Stop being negative. You got this. If your husband is not showing you, love, move on. Your mum is getting old, you have no one to run to, so you got to get up and be healthy for yourself and your family.

Life doesn’t get more comfortable, but it gets better as long as you know what you want. Sonia, if you are not married by the time you read this, know there’s nothing wrong with you. Your dream is much bigger than what a marriage could give you.


I pray you have met someone who is just perfect for you. Someone who wants to stand as the King and makes you his Queen – not a housewife. Someone who is not ashamed of you and scared to lose you. Therefore would do anything to keep his family together. If you’ve met this man, do not get carried away and forget about yourself and your dreams. It was hard to get this man, but keeping him harder. That’s just the way it is.


How’s that going? Remember the designer company you have always spoken about? Girl, you tried. However, I did not think that would work when you first discussed it. Maybe you are doing something else now? A politician – standing up for people with disabilities? That’s one thing I know you are good at – trying to save the world by always doing the right thing. The Blogs? How’s that going? Baking? Sonia Bakes Cakes, how many shops have you opened?


Where are you living now? You have always wanted to leave Scotland and move to the U.S.A. Are you there yet? How is it over there? Is it what you expect it to be like? Do Sasha-Ann and her siblings like it? I want to know more.

Are You Happy?

Like seriously, are you happy? I know people must tell you that you should be happy if your kids and husband are so glad. That’s not always the case! Do you remember your mum? She put her happiness aside, thinking the same thing. Then what happened? She started doing silly things and making mistakes, and then you hated her. Please do not let history repeat itself. Find a way to make you happy. Everyone else will follow.

Yours Truly

Sonia seivwright

Working with Strong women, I help empower women not to give up on their goals and find true happiness within themselves. #lifestyle #womenempowerment #selfcare


  • Catherine

    It sounds like you have some amazing goals for yourself. And as they say, writing them down regularly is part of what helps them become reality! So keep up the good work. Awesome.

  • Adriane Thompson

    This is such a cute idea! We did this in 8th grade – we wrote a letter to ourselves for when we became seniors. It was amazing to open and read how different I was. I wish I still had it. All I remember is asking if I got a chest…and nope, still even at 36, I’m still flat-chested..and honestly, it makes fitting into clothes easier. LOL!!! I love how you asked so many questions and wrote to your future self as a friend. So sweet!

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