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New Year, what is your “1st 100 days” plan?

Asked by Hypocrisy_Central (20254 points ) December 29th, 2013

New Year hits us soon, what are your plans for the 1st 100 days of 2014?

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DWW25921's avatar

My plan is organize my flea market for the spring and try out a few new products during decent winter days. I also want to ramp up my Ebay a little by adding some new stuff. I’m thinking PEZ dispensers. I mean, people sell entire collections for next to nothing and I’ve bought a few. I’m going to try to piece them out a bit and at least triple my money. That’s the plan anyway. Than there’s the online stores I have to build up a bit. The hardest part of that is the advertising although actually posting the products can be a pain too. On to something completely different, I’m going to need a few more odd jobs lined up too.

dxs's avatar

Get through January, February, March, and ten days of April.

zenvelo's avatar

Go to work Monday through Friday, unless I feel like taking a day off. Go hear some music couple times a month. Exercise five times per week. Date some women, unless I find sweetie. Essentially, the same as the last 300 days.

Coloma's avatar

Exercise more and save more money.

livelaughlove21's avatar

Survive my first 100 days of post-college employment. One thing I hate about starting a new job is being completely clueless and feeling really stupid and inadequate. I’d hope that 100 days in, I’ll know what I’m doing. And my probationary period will be over, yay!

Blackberry's avatar

I guess it wouldn’t hurt to get rid of old clothes. I did one time and forgot to take them to Goodwill for months lol.

anniereborn's avatar

Drink 8 glasses of water each day.
I never realized how little I drank until I got this sinus infection. I think it’s gonna help my entire body a whole lot.

Pachy's avatar

Having reached the down-slope of my life, my 100, 1000 or 5,000-day plan is to try to live each day as if it were my last.

ccrow's avatar

Wait, what? I’m supposed to have a plan??

Seaofclouds's avatar

My plan is healthier eating and more physical activity for our family.

hug_of_war's avatar

Filing the fafsa. Eating better. If I can do those things I’d be set up for a better 2nd 100 days but I really struggle with eating so no holding my breath.

downtide's avatar

“Keep calm and carry on”. There’s not much I want or need to change at this stage; if I continue as I’m doing now, I’ll be perfectly happy.

jonsblond's avatar

The past 18 months have taught me to take each day as it comes and live in the moment. I don’t have any long-range plans.

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