I used to make a killing on OnlyFans but traded life in front of the camera for a ‘boring’ 9-5 and couldn’t be happier – here’s why I made the switch
- Dasha Daley is a former OnlyFans model and actress
- She quit making videos for a 9-5 job
An OnlyFans star has just revealed the heartwarming reason she stopped filming videos full-time to go back to a 9-5 job.
Dasha Daley had been an adult content creator with a popular OnlyFans account for two years when she decided it was time for a change.
The young woman, who is in her ‘mid-twenties’, claimed she couldn’t be happier with her new job after spending so long in the adult industry.
‘It’s day one at a real job after being a spicy content creator for two years,’ she said in a video to her fans.
‘And after a 10 hour shift – I’m honestly really tired, but I just feel so fulfilled that I’ve got a normal job again and I’ve actually worked.’
The young woman hasn’t given up on the adult industry altogether – and says she will make content on the side when she needs extra funds.
The announcement come just months after the blonde bombshell told her fans she had not regrets about quitting the 9-5 life to become her own boss on the site.
Dasha recently made a video explaining her state of mind and confirming her reentry into the mainstream workforce.
The Perth woman revealed being a content creator could get extremely ‘lonely and boring’ so she was happy about the change of pace.
‘I just feel so much better than sitting at home all day and doing the content creation,’ she said.
‘I’d rather just have a real job and actually feel like I’ve got a purpose helping in society.’
Many were glad about her newfound purpose and congratulated Dasha on making the change.
‘Well done,’ a man said. ‘Thanks for sharing. While exhausting, I’m sure the feeling of having a real job and positively contributing to society must feel amazing!’
‘Good for you! Do what makes you happy,’ another added.
A third wrote: ‘Nice! It’s not all about the money.’
‘It doesn’t really matter what you are doing as long as you are enjoying it and you’re not harming yourself or others. Good on you,’ another said.
‘Congratulations on your new employment and purpose,’ a woman wrote.