If only I would remember next year what I know now…

How many times have we said this to ourselves?

Well, now there’s a new way to make sure you don’t forget a thing. It’s called Future Me, an extremely simple site where you can write an email to yourself (or someone else) to be delivered on the date you specify, weeks, months, or years in the future. You can choose to make them public, or private, and you can browse public entries. And there are some tough ones, like:

Dear FutureMe,

Are you still alive? Do you remember that this time last year, you were actually in tears as you were typing this? Do you remember that this time last year, your two-and-a-half year old relationship was practically in shambles and you were mad at how things had changed so much?

I hope you’re still in college and that somehow you got over all the problems you encountered when you started last year. I sincerely hope you sticked around for the entire first year.

Take care of yourself and I hope you’re now leading a somewhat happier life. If you at least manage to achieve that, you will be doing something your past-self was totally clueless and helpless of doing.

So, this will make 18 months since the filing. Are you finally divorced? I sure as hell hope so Charlie, cause you got to get on with your life, and little m isn’t going to wait forever.If the decree isn’t final yet, you should seriously consider just running away to Jamaica or some other warm country that doesn’t have extredition to the US.

Check it out, and write yourself one. I will, just as soon as I remember what it was I was supposed to remind myself about last year.