This was a fun project. It took several brainstorms to come up with an idea I was happy with, but I wanted to film it at home yet had almost no time to do so. With my constrained timeline, I also didn't want to check out any equipment, so instead I used the school-issued iPad, and created my own puzzle prop.
Even though my video was autobiographical, I wished to film it, so I cast my sister as myself (as we look quite similar) and gave her my glasses to wear, although that left both of us quite visually impaired.
Another struggle was the lack of a tripod; I had to improvise with various pieces of furniture, and an overhead shot that required a step stool and a teetering pile of books. Luckily, no people or objects were damaged.
This story specifically deals with lack of concentration; while pretty much everyone can relate to being distracted, I have ADD and it really affects how I learn and study, especially when I am unmedicated. I feel it's misunderstood, like OCD, in the sense that everyone self-diagnoses and don't understand the distinct hardship that is trying to focus when your brain is going a hundred miles an hour in just as many directions, and belittle it as a simple lack of self-control.