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  1. Realmente habría muchas cosas que le diría a mi joven yo. Pero sobre todo le diría que fuera fuerte y no hiciera caso de los demás. Me ha encantado leer tu post, y me parece precioso el chaleco que llevas. Un saludo enorme!!
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  2. This is so inspiring..

  3. Thank you for sharing this amazing post with us. I think we all should write a letter to our younger self and take a stock of things we have achieved and yet to achieve, This post is really inspiring. A lot of people will get a perspective on their life after reading this letter. Looking forward to read more inspiring posts in the future.

  4. This is a great letter to yourself and seems like to everyone who read your blog!

  5. This is a perfect message! Wish I could tell my younger self this too. You’ve got this babe!
    xoxo

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  6. Me encantó el texto y el look! Yo me diría algo muy parecido! Por cierto, vi tus insta stories de hoy, no dejes que nadie te lleve abajo! La gente habla sin siquiera conocerte :S
    xx Isabella from @angulo28blog
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  7. Me ha gustado mucho tanto el look como el texto. Muy original!

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  8. What an amazing look, love the faux leather vest!
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  9. Very clever text. I also think that we are too overwhelmed by the opinion of others and thus bypasses us many chances. We are afraid to risk fear what others will say. Positive selfishness is good. First let’s start with your dreams because no one will take care of us. I keep my fingers crossed for the implementation of your innermost ideas.

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  10. Was really moved by this post. Brilliant!

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  11. That’s such a nice letter. When you mentioned millennials, I remembered one of the best interviews I have ever watched with Simon Sinek where he discusses our impatience and our need for instant gratification. Sometimes it’s frustrating when you think that other people are “doing more” than you just because they found themselves in more favorable circumstances, but at those moments it’s important to remember that good things in life don’t come instantly. They might be easier for others to achieve, but that doesn’t make us a failure. Life is not a destination, it’s a journey.

    (Here is a link in case you haven’t seen it and want to do so)

  12. Alina Reply

    Qué bonito ejercicio, me parece que lo haré yo también
    Hubieras puesto una foto de tu época dark para acompañar el texto :P jaja , broma
    Muchos saludos Adriana

    • Hola Alina, sabes que se me ocurrió ya después de terminar el post? Para mi suerte todas esas fotos están en México con mi mamá y me hubiese retrasado en la publicación. Tal vez para la próxima :P

      Besos!

  13. La Bijoux Bella | by mia Reply

    Such a beautiful look with sweet inspirational words! Love ❤️ love! :)

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  14. Me dejas sin palabras… que bonito! Hoy hablábamos de uno de los puntos que mencionas en esta carta, madre mía… Adriana de mis amores, que grande eres!
    Empezaré la misma ya mismo!
    Un abrazo bella de mi corazón!
    Paz

  15. Beautiful article! Thank you for this inspiring idea, I will definitely write one to my younger self as well. You’re the best!!

    M.