Jayzel A. De Pallo – Administrative Assistant
I am Jayzel de Pallo from Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines. I was born on October 20, 1992 at Calamba Laguna. I have 4 sisters and no brother.
I took up Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management major in Cruise Ship in the year 2010 but unfortunately I stopped in 2013 because my sister was diagnosed of diabetes, type 1 diabetes to be exact. So instead of spending our money on my tuition I decided to stop so we could finance the medicine of my sister then and while she’s still having her maintenance medicine (currently). Last year I decided to continue my studies because people tend to respect you when you have a diploma. And this school year, hopefully, I will graduate.
Growing up, I thought I was in a Cinderella story because my step grandmother was not really good to us and nor was my grandfather (sometimes) because my step grandmother brainwashed him. I really felt the love of my parents towards me when I was a kid but when I grew up and started to decide for my family, I felt a lot of pressure. I felt that I needed to step in as a bread winner for my family… but sometimes my ways are not always the right ways.
I am an ambivert.
At one time it was easy for me to trust people, but as time has passed, a lot of people have betrayed me and so it’s really difficult for me to trust others. When I have problems I just share it with my friends whom I really trust, but sometimes I keep it to myself and just lift up everything to God.
Before I was always careful of my actions because a lot of people were watching me but then I realised that whatever you do people will always have something to say. So instead of focusing on those things, I decided to use my time to do something where I could earn and improve. That’s when I heard about “Virtual Assistants”.
I am not really good at writing, but I do like to manage things. I worked as an office secretary for 4 years and I’ve learned how to multi task.
My hobbies are eating, sleeping and talking with my friends.
And now, I am very content with my life. I lift up to God every step that I make.
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