Can you work full time and still have a LIFE?

Is it possible for you to work full time, have your side hustle to supplement your income and lifestyle, maintain your hobbies and creative pursuits, contribute to a community cause close to your heart and still have a social life? It is tough and almost impossible but it is doable. I am a civil engineer who offers freelance services while occasionally pursuing my creative interests through reading, photography and writing. And guess what? You can do it too! Via the blog, I share insights and tips on lifestyle, career and blogging that can help you do the same.

Meet DAISY

Hi there, I am glad to have you here.

I am Daisy, from Kenya, a civil engineer by profession, a ferocious reader and writer by talent. I began writing poetry at the age of 14. In July 2016, I started running this platform as a creative outlet in order to share with others my findings on life, work/career and other relevant matters.

I believe that education is instrumental in alleviating poverty in Kenya and in Africa as a whole. For this reason I commit a percentage of my proceeds I receive from the freelance services to this cause. My hope is to create a fund that can enable the building and improving/stocking of existing libraries in public high schools to enable the younger generation to read more, and hopefully change their lives.

I am available to speak in high schools to share with the younger generation life, work and study skills that have been useful to me. I am also available to speak in events that involve women in STEM in order to share my experience as an engineering student and a lady in the male-dominated field.

on the blog

Why I Will Not Work for Free as a Creative Freelancer

And neither should you. Listen up. For the #BalanceForBetter International Women’s Day, I would like to share an important business revelation I had with all the creative and freelancers out there who are running their business and wondering why they feel cheated when...

Service 1 - ProofReading and CopyEditing

Do you have an essay or speech you want to be proofread or a piece of transcribed work that requires copy-editing? Well, I know just who can come to your aid. I am very good at English and I have been providing proofreading and copy editing services to my workmates, my Italian friends, and community for more than 2 years now. Send the work my way and you will be a satisfied client with a squeaky clean piece of English text.

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Service 2 - Freelance Writing for Digital Publications

Do you have a blog or a digital publication that requires fresh, informative and well written articles? Or would you like to supplement your print publication with long reads? I have over 2 years of blog posts in the blog section that you can use to check the quality of my work. I also write financial articles for khusoko.com since last year. Contact me and your publication will be green with fresh content as often as you would like.

Service 3 - Photography & Branding Services

Would you like to improve your social profiles by getting crisp portrait photos of yourself(check portfolio) or would you like to start a blog to showcase your creativity/products or polish your resume or CV to give you a better chance at landing an interview? Let me help you become the person you envision yourself to be, the investment will be worth your while, and people will love and appreciate you for it.

Daisy’s copy-edited more than 24500 words in good time and under short notice. I am definitely seeking her services again.

Antonino Masuri

Daisy regularly edits financial articles and contributes to a wide range of topics through her writing on my digital publication. She’s resourceful to the team.

David Indeje

khusoko.com

At an affordable price, daisy offered digital advice for my cake business and I can see the impact.

Lucy

Lunic Cakes

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I look forward to hearing from you.

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. “

Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? – Marianne Williamson