When you think of writing and photography, you will probably think of a newspaper staff or a yearbook committee, interviewing and taking pictures of students, faculty, staff and other people around the school. But the question is: do you think you can manage taking pictures and write an interview at the same time? It is not as easy as it looks when multi-tasking from interviewing someone to grabbing a professional camera and snap a photo of them. If you can do both, that’s great. With all of this new technological devices coming into display, it’s not as hard for you to interview and click the button on a camera because you can take images with your camera phone, Kodak camera or any other technological tool you can use to take pictures.
A couple of days after being back to school, my laundry basket fills up, I have homework to complete and I need to study for a test, the trash needs to be taken out, etc. So what do I do most of the time? Multi-task. I go from one little job back to my homework and from my homework to throwing the trash bag in the dumpster and so on. Multi-tasking is balancing out what you need to do.
I balance my homework to cleaning my room to taking a shower to doing laundry and back to homework. Multi-tasking does keep energy in the blood flow going and it keeps you active, but there will be times that you will forget what you are supposed to do.
If I can multi-task, anyone can multi-task.