fact or fiction

Is it a fact or is it merely fiction? Fact or Fiction explores the lesser known truths in the corporate culture of Journal.

Ossiana Tepfenhart2 months ago
Things That the Wealthy Do Differently
Living close to New York City has given me an amazing perspective on life—one that has been molded by the myriads of people I've met throughout my time wandering through the city. In my years, I've me...
Rhonda Farley2 months ago
My Adventures as a Pizza Delivery Driver
It was the first time that I had worked delivering pizzas on Valentine’s Day and I did not have any idea how busy the night ahead was going to be. I just thought that it was going to be another regula...
Rhonda Farley3 months ago
My Adventures as a Pizza Delivery Driver
Before I go to work each day, I always think to myself and wonder where that I am going to be delivering pizzas to that day. Not that it does any good, though. When you hear your name called at work, ...
Rhonda Farley3 months ago
My Adventures as a Pizza Delivery Driver
I find myself once again at work, delivering pizzas, only this time, it is the weekend and I am heading to a local Hotel in Town, little did I know, this was the first of many deliveries that I would ...
Clara Lin3 months ago
Victory and Defeat
Anyone would long for a sweet taste of victory. They want to feel the rush of joy when they win a match or be a part of this pinnacle moment when they receive a scholarship or hold a trophy in their h...
Baleigh Roberts3 months ago
5 Reasons College is Better Than High School
Anyone that experienced the four years that was high school, understands that it was interesting, to say the least. However, four years of never quite feeling like yourself and still having to raise y...
N M3 months ago
Dyslexia - What You Don't Know
Let's start off by stating that I am dyslexic. Many of the sentences I write may or may not make sense, so I do apologise in advance. I will hopefully help people understand that dyslexia isn't just a...
Haydn Green3 months ago
Quitting My Job As A Teacher Was The Best Decision I Have Made
It's midnight on a Sunday evening and I am not asleep. I have to be awake at four o'clock, but my brain seems unable to comprehend this fact. My body, like my brain, is completely and utterly exhauste...
Anthony Gramuglia4 months ago
Most Dangerous Jobs
It doesn't take a large paycheck to convince people to take on the most dangerous jobs. Some jobs, like working in the military, are obviously dangerous. Soldiers die sometimes by the thousands each y...
Sapphire Ravenclaw4 months ago
In the UK, it has been usual to enroll a child in a school at age four or five. Other options would have been considered out of the ordinary. Nowadays, however, more and more parents are choosing othe...
Ossiana Tepfenhart4 months ago
Is College Necessary For Success?
It seems like, for many of us, we were told from the day that we were born that we had to "go to college to succeed." In high school, it's no longer good enough to consider trade school or even enroll...
Ossiana Tepfenhart5 months ago
Things People Don't Tell You About Going To Medical School (But Should)
When you hear that someone is hoping to go into medical school, you can't help but cheer them on. Being a doctor is a noble career choice, and it's one that is undoubtedly going to be taxing. Even tho...
Home Rev6 months ago
Amazon Professional Selling Plan: Is It Right For You?
If you’ve decided to start your own Amazon business, you are probably considering whether to open an individual or professional selling account. There are advantages and disadvantages to both, so Home...
Lee John6 months ago
The Story of Your Life
I’m about to expose the realities behind taking your dream of becoming an author and actually making it happen. First, the reality check...have you ever considered how much time and effort goes into writing a book? As an author of seven books I know how time consuming, brain-aching and testing it can be to develop your story line, weave twists and turns into your story to keep readers engaged so they want to keep turning pages, make your characters believable, likable, and lovable. That said, wh...
Patty Ramsen8 months ago
Feminism for Women in 1970s Finance Professions
When a group of feminists marched down to Wall Street in the 1970s they were met with something akin to apathy. There was little sympathy in the world of bulls and bears for women's liberation, partic...
Zach Foster10 months ago
What Is the Puke Point? 
If you know much about trading and investing market and stock shares, then you’ll know the “puke point” is the dark, bleak horror land that no investor ever wants to reach... but likely will eventually. At the very best, hitting the puke point means a really crappy day in the market. At worst, the puke point spells out financial ruin for traders or investors who put too many eggs in one shaky basket.