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Full Time Employment and Entrepreneurship: Does It Work?

I woke up today wondering how I have managed to work full time most times yet doing my own business. Sometimes it feels I am never at a balance. Today again, I had to quit full time employment at a job I started five months ago just to concentrate on this blog. 

Once again, I just asked to work as a Temp./contract staff and in spite of the fact that I do not know what to expect, I am hopeful!

One of my greatest inspirations has been Kenyan entrepreneur, Alex Mwaura Muriu, who shared how to juggle paid employment with entrepreneurship.

Do you work full time and also run a business? 
How do you manage it? 
Do share.


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