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A 16-Year-Old's Advice For Her Future Self

The summer she was 16, Robin Munro wrote about all the things she had learned about life so far, to remind her future self of the things that matter. (Courtesy)
The summer she was 16, Robin Munro wrote about all the things she had learned about life so far, to remind her future self of the things that matter. (Courtesy)

Robin Munro was 16 when she made a bet with her mom that she wouldn’t fall in love over the summer. She won. That same summer, she decided to write about all of the things she had learned about life so far, just to remind her future self of the things that matter. This is the second installment in Here & Now’s series this week featuring excerpts from the podcast “Grownups Read Things They Wrote As Kids.”

Guest

  • Dan Misener, creator and producer of the podcast “Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids,” which tweets @GRTTWaK. He tweets @misener.

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