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Question #91365 posted on 05/28/2018 5:12 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I know it's late in Alumni Week to ask this, but as nobody else seems to have beat me to it yet . . . roll call?!?!? :)

- Beatrice

P.S. if somebody else has already asked by the time this question posts, or if you want to answer an actual question, here's one: what are three goals you're working on right now? THANKSBYELOVEYOU

A:

Dear Ben,

Right now my three goals are:

  1. Get in shape/get active/lose some weight
  2. Stay up to date in my classes
  3. Spend less money 

All of them are more or less going well, but I definitely have my good and bad days.

-Adelaide

A:

Dear Mrs. Baudelaire,

  1. Improving my relationship to God and the Savior
  2. Moving away from armchair activism and Facebook fights toward actually helping my community and marginalized people
  3. Figuring out how to actually follow through on my creative pursuits

-Inverse Insomniac

A:

Dear Mrs.

1. Wrapping up some non-fiction publishing projects
2. Getting some fiction published
3. Surviving life in all it's glorious, many faceted difficulties

-Humble Master

A:

Dear Beatrice ~

  1. Personal Progress (and now I have a deadline!)
  2. Doing scripture, song, and prayer every night before bedtime.
  3. Eating healthier

~ Dragon Lady  

A:

Dear Beatrice,

  1. Don't voice any opinions about how things should be done in choir.
  2. Be nice to people so I can actually have friends.
  3. Make sourdough in a shape that actually works for sandwiches.
-The Entomophagist
A:

Dear B.,

  1. Learn how to not procrastinate literally everything.
  2. Learn to play the bass guitar. (I'm getting one next month as a graduation present! I've been learning bass fingerings on my guitar for the last year, so I hope the transition goes quickly.)
  3. Walk at least 30 minutes outdoors every day. (Living a 10-minute walk from my job helps. So does Pokemon Go.)

-yayfulness

A:
Dear,
  1. Finish the year's grading
  2. Compile notes of updates for next year's courses
  3. Finally get around to things I've been putting off like fixing my burned-out headlight and buying shoes with soles that don't have holes through them. 
-Uffish
A:

Dear Doctor,

  1. Complete a household inventory.
  2. Rebuild a relationship with God and religion.
  3. Finish a project.

-Tally M.

A:

Dear Beatrice,

  1. Be less distracted.
  2. Exercise more.
  3. Go to bed early more consistently.
-El-ahrairah
A:

Dear Beatrice,

  1. Vacuum every week.
  2. Read the Book of Mormon every day.
  3. Eat a vegetable snack every day.

So far I'm only doing well at the vacuuming one, but I have a few ideas for making the other two more likely to happen.

-Owlet

A:

Dear you,

Man, I've been lazy busy this reunion, I think I answered three whole questions.

  1. Do a pull-up.  I maxed out the push-ups last PFT but can't do a stupid pull-up.
  2. Learn the bagpipes.  Life is kind of settling down and I can finally pull off some regularly scheduled practice time.
  3. Become conversational in French.  I was super close 15 years ago, hoping it will come back.

- steen

A:

Dear Lemony,

  1. Read all the books on my bookshelf.
  2. Actually start cooking more.
  3. Go on more hikes this summer.

-Alta