Some questions I deal with on a daily basis.

  1. Is is your hair? Yes, it is my hair.
  2. Do you wear extentions? Have never worn a hair extention in my life.
  3. What do you use in your hair? A lot of things. To get a list of what I normally use, stay up-to-date with my blog.
  4. Can I touch it? Yes.
  5. Can I pull on the curl? No. Why would you do that?
  6. Who does your hair? I do it myself.
  7. Can you make my hair look exactly like yours? Nope, that’s not possible. 
  8. Are you American? Nope, Mozambican.
  9. Where is Mozambique? A country located in southern Africa.
  10. Africa? Do you go to work on an elephant? Nope, we got cars, bikes and bicycles. We do not ride animals on the streets.
  11. Your accent is different, how many languages do you speak? 4 languages, but not all are on the same level.
  12. How old are you? How old do you think I am?
  13. Do you smoke? No.
  14. Do you drink? No.
  15. Why not? It tastes weird.




5 thoughts on “F.A.Qs

  1. Dear Faira,

    I’m K&L, the Founder & CEO of the Millionaire’s Digest Magazine, and I recently received your application requesting to become a writer for our magazine, and so this is just a my letter to you to let you know that I have completely looked over and have accepted you to become a writer for our Beauty, Books, Fashion & Style, and Food & Drink Magazine!

    Now what happens next is that there is nothing that really happens next. Another words, there is no invitation or email that you have to go and check as the invitation for our magazine is only sent out 12 times a year which always happens at the beginning of the month. (Usually the first day.)

    This is just my letter to you as the CEO, just to let you know that I have accepted your request and have added you to our list full of magazine writers who I send the invitations out to every month.

    The only thing that changes now is that at the beginning of every month, you will want to make sure to check your email as you will receive your invitation which will include the following:
    -Announcements on the next magazine edition(s) that we are coming out with.
    -Instructions on the magazine(s) such as how and where to go to submit your articles.
    -The deadline on when the last day is to turn in your articles. (Usually 7 days prior the date after the invitation is sent out, that way everyone has a full week to get their articles written out, rather than just one day.)
    -Who the magazine(s) are for. (Which magazine writers they are for.)
    -The private form to submit your articles.
    -How long your articles need to be.
    -And everything else that I know you are going to want to ask me about.

    Other than that, if you have any other questions, you’re always welcome to ask me and I will kindly make sure to help get them answered for you.

    If not, than I hope you have a nice rest of the day, and thank you!

    Millionaire’s Digest Magazine Founder & CEO

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    1. Thank you so much. I am so thrilled for the opportunity and cannot wait to start writing. I just have one question so far. Based on future topics, will it be possible to use one of my already written posts? And just improve it of course. That is if the topic is the same or I decided to write about sonmething I have already worked on.
      Thank you!

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      1. Hello again Faira,

        Of course! Now, to help answer your question, for our magazine, we ask that our writers write a new article every time we come out with a new magazine only because sometimes the articles you submit can be outdated or may not always line up or fit in with the specific theme, date, time, or year it is.

        For example, let’s take the Fashion & Style magazine that you applied to write for. In the fashion industry, I know that it’s always changing and coming out with new things, and depending on the type of consecutive months/year it is, different styles are offered throughout the different seasons of the year.

        So if it’s December and snow is falling on the ground, and we came out with a Fashion & Style magazine, and you submitted a previous article that you wrote on a fashion designer piece that was specifically meant for summer, people who would be reading the magazine would flip that page and be confused as to why an article that was written for summer is in a magazine full of articles that everyone else had written towards winter.

        So in a way, to make sure everyone and everything stays relevant to the time and year it is, we ask that all of our writers write a new article that way all of the articles don’t confuse our readers and has something in common! Does that make sense in a way…?

        I know that’s a lot of information to take down, and the invitations we send out at the beginning of each month will also have a checklist of to-do-things as well as other things to make sure you include before you submit your articles too!

        Other than that, with our platform, you’re welcome to submit as many articles as you want to be published on the Millionaire’s Digest. (Just make they don’t break our Terms of Service and you will be just fine!)

        Other than that if you still have any other questions, you’re always welcome to ask me, and I will help make sure to get the answered for you!

        Millionaire’s Digest Publisher & CEO
        Millionaire’s Digest Magazine Founder & CEO

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