It’s 2:16 AM. I was vaguely surfing Chrome Webstore apps, Playstore Productivity apps and parallel-ly finding wallpaper for my phone to match my mood right now. (Alert : The current mood is not very good here. ) Things were getting duller with every passing minute and I almost decided that turning off the lights and twisting and turning in my bed, awaiting sleep is a much better option that wandering aimlesslyΒ in the Web.

I was closing some 20 odd tabs that I have kept open, one-by-one; and I paused when I saw something. A poorly designed site, very Β very basic, but something grasps my attention immediately. DreaminderΒ . The name in itself was intriguing and I just could not close the tab even with the lack of any pretty headers or templates. (I admire beautifully designed websites. I mean, who doesn’t!)

The site description was simple.

Dreaminder is a free tool that helps you remember what you want from your life. Reflect on your life, write down your dream and set the date when you want to be reminded of it.

Now that is something I have never come across. It’s new to me, I don’t know if I was the one living under a rock all these years, or many are with me on this – but I found this interesting nonetheless! Β So I went ahead and wrote *something* πŸ˜‰Β Β and set the date to 2020. Then I was skeptical whether the site would function that long πŸ˜› Β and changed the date to January 11, 2016. Three years is a good gap and I’m sure the site would exist. Also, January 11th is my birthday and I’m sure this e-mail (if I actually receive it from myself) would make my day! πŸ™‚

To : Me From : Me
To : Me From : Me

Although this “Your dream has been sent to you in the future” part creeps me out a bit, it is something fun and I liked doing it! πŸ˜‰

Have you sent your dream to the future? πŸ˜‰ πŸ™‚