How to Be A Journalist In A World Full of Opinions

Jon Negroni


I spent a lot of time trying to decide which words to use for this headline (yes, I write headlines before I write articles). For the word journalist, I almost wanted to put “objective person” or “standout,” but those words are awkward.

For the word opinions, I wanted to use a word that was catchy, like “noise” or “biased nutcases,” but I didn’t want to insult myself and everyone else I know. So I settled on this headline.

How to be an objective standout even though everyone else is a noisy and biased nutcase.

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“You Go, Girl… Keep Dreaming: A Special Book About Always Believing in Yourself”

books“There is 1 rule you need to follow as you go through this world….

If you want to make your way as a STAR…

Do the BEST you can.”

-Ashley Rice

I love reading this book, even though this book is for age 12 and below. I enjoy having this kind of book 🙂 .

Thank you to my brother  who gave this to me :))

Who am I?


I was born on a warm, sunny day in November 9, 1995 in Brgy. Commonwealth, Quezon City and I go to school at Polytechnic University of the Philippines. I live with my mom, Imelda; my brothers, Kenneth, John Paul, Michael; my sisters, Jennifer and Shiela; and my father Edgardo. My brothers are sweet and caring and  would do anything for me. My sisters are kind and nice to me, but like all brothers and sisters we fight like cats and dogs. Even though  I still love them  because they are my siblings.

Who am I? My name is Christine Joy Rebistual,18 years old of age. I started school when I was seven-years-old. I went to kindergarten through sixth grade at Doña Juana Elementary School . I’m the fifth in my eight siblings. Life means to me are friends and family who you can trust and who trusts you.

 My hobbies are reading books, watching movies and cooking. One of my favorite book was “A Walk to Remember” by Nicholas Sparks. It inspire it to me so much. Now, I’m presently taking the course of  Hospitality Management. I use my skill in cooking, even though I’m not really good to cook. Our professor told that, “Being a HM student doesn’t mean you’ll need to be good in cooking, because Hospitality Management is not only about cooking but also about on how you build your own business”.



Note to self: “If something is not fitting with you, don’t be in a hurry to settle the matter”