"Prediction is difficult, especially about the future." -- Yogi Berra
Question #93487 posted on 02/08/2021 9:02 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I just got back from my mission and I need more music to go running to that isn't the same things I listened to in high school. Do you have any good running playlists you can share?

-Indigo

A:

Dear Indigo,

I wasn't completely sure how to give you these playlists, since I created them on my personal Spotify account, so I tried to just screenshot them. What I did when I got home was take the list of songs I listened to before and split it up to new playlists that I'd like to listen to that are either upbeat or slow, and this is my upbeat playlist:

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I might as well include here a dance playlist that my brother made. I have a little more obscure of a music taste, so you might find more on his playlist that you enjoy. There is a bit of overlap, though.

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I took a dance class with a pretty great playlist as well:

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Just as a note, there are a lot of good playlists to peruse on Spotify and other places that I would suggest you listening to some different ones and adding any music you like.

Best of luck!

Inklings