[EF#8 Weekly Challenge] : Write A Letter To A Younger You – 10 Years Ago

Hello, Friday. This week is still as busy. I began to think maybe I can make things a little more hectic that it is, so maybe I should take a slower pace. This week’s EF Challenge is Write A Letter To A Younger You, 10 Years Ago.

I have wrote something similar, and what a coincidence I wrote it when I have my 30th birthday (last year) and I just have my birthday last week. Maybe I’ll do this a little different (I noticed from the challenge that it should be creative). Since, I’m not in the mood for doing philosophy or life lesson speech, I could just point movie quotes I needed to hear in my 20s. It would be a great hint, pointing movie/TV series quotes that haven’t even produced yet 🙂

So here goes :

Dear 21-year-old Me,

These movies will blow you away for the next years, but some you have already seen and already moved you. I sincerely hope you’ll get my messages from these movie quotes :

On Self/ Personal

From Black Swan (2010)

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From How I Met Your Mother series

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From 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

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From Her (2013)

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From The Breakfast Club (1985)

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On Love & Relationship

From The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)

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From The Notebook (2004)

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From Before Sunset (2004)

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There you go. What about you? What movie quote you want your 10-years-younger-self to read?

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sunglow mama

Jakarta (Indonesian) based blogger, 33, loves beautiful things and to write about them

2 thoughts on “[EF#8 Weekly Challenge] : Write A Letter To A Younger You – 10 Years Ago”

  1. excellent choice of movies. the only quote that lingers in my mind is “life is like a box of chocolate, you never know what you’re gonna get”

    or Rhett Butler summed up pretty well “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn”

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