What “Do Better” Means to Me

By: Tyeler Guzman-Touchberry

Ever since the class decided on the “Do Better” campaign, I have
been thinking about what do better meant to Steve and how I can apply
it to my life. For me, doing better starts with myself: I will ensure I keep
up a healthy physical, emotional, and social well-being. In order to
embody Steve and “do better” I will continue volunteering in the
community and try to always have a good attitude when helping out. In
order to truly implement doing better in my routine, I will try to do at
least one thing everyday that helps someone else. At the end of the day
doing better is trying to make the world around me a better place,
whether that be through community service, helping someone with
homework, or sharing a snack. Doing better doesn’t have to be a
grandiose act, but simply making someone’s day through small acts of
kindness.

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