The first thing that I feel that I can do is, I can put something back when I see it left out. Usually in the media class, people leave their equipment out. Many things can happen when you leave things that expensive out. Someone could break it and the fault will be on you too for not putting it away. For example: let’s say that someone named Sharon borrowed a camera and forgot to put it away. A little later a boy named Charles sees that the camera is left out. He decided to leave it there and says that he didn’t use it so it’s not his problem. Then another student named, Sherry comes by and sees the camera there and decides to put it away. Let’s not be like Charles, let’s be more like Sherry. This doesn’t only go for the media class, it also goes for everyday life. Let’s say that my sister was playing with her dolls and leaves them out after she’s finished. Now let’s say a little later my mom walks out and doesn’t notice that the doll is there. Two things can happen, she can step on it and hurt her foot or she can step on it and break the doll. These are both two scenarios that will end badly.
The second thing that I can do is when I use something, I put it back. I’m one of those people who puts back things when it comes to media, but at home… that’s a whole other story! I would borrow my mom’s phone charger because I left mine at my grandma’s house and never return it until she asks me where it is. I would also eat food and sometimes leave the wrapper out lying on the table and not notice until my dad asks who left the wrapper out. Yeah, it’s not a really good skill to have.
Lastly, I’m going to be more organized. Being organized can help stop laziness because if you think about it being organized is basically the opposite of laziness. For example: if you’re room was a mess (like your’s truly) that means you are too lazy to pick up all the stuff off your floor and put it back where it belongs. Whereas if your room was organized that means that you actually care to put things away where they belong and not just throw them in a corner of forgotten items that probably contains things that you had since you were in preschool.
These are three things that I’m going to do to help stop the laziness disease from spreading any further, not just in the media class, but also in my own home. What are you going to do? Thanks for reading !Hope you enjoyed! Talk to you later! BYE!!!! :)