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My name is Mrs Anehita Ojezua Emeya. @zeluaofficial
I am the CEO of ZELUA Nigeria, ZELUA Gym & Spa and the founder of ZELUA Wellness Foundation. I am a Wellness Advocate with a focus to promote good health, inspire healthy communities and help people lead healthy and productive lives through psychosocial support, fitness and other intervention initiatives that will help prevent risk factors of diseases and illnesses.
I am a mother of 3 amazing children, an entrepreneur, a senior level strategic management professional and a certified fitness and weightloss coach. My passion drives me!
I am honored and blessed to be part of a laudable cause aimed at improving Maternal and Child Health with a goal to reduce its Mortality Rate. Every minute in a day, somewhere in the world, a woman dies from pregnancy related complications and the lives of babies/children are also lost. These women do not have to die from normal life process of procreation.
Having personally suffered complications from childbirth and having lost family members and close friends to maternal mortality; this brings the burden close home, hence the unrelenting effort to support and contribute to alleviate this burden.
In collaboration with global development partners, we have developed various strategic intervention initiatives in the effort towards the actualization of this global objective as set in the Sustainable Development Goals.
Our intervention initiatives will help bring succor to the expectant mothers, their families and the society at large!
Together, we can help to make a difference! touching lives and saving lives; because every life counts!
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✨It’s ok to not always be ok✨ I’d like to say today was easy, but I’d be lying. I’d like to say that right now I’m extremely happy, but again, I’d be lying. What I can say though is that this smile is thanks to the women that picks me up every time I’m down. Who even though drives me bat shit crazy at times, will always and forever be the one person that has always had my back. This last few months has been tough. Full of unexpected surprises and heart ache, but just like we did this day 9 years ago, I know with you by my side I will kick the next 9 years straight in the go-nads. Here’s to the memories, the moments, the triumphs and most of all, the future! Whilst in this very moment I am feeling sad, there’s far more moments within my day that are full of sincere gratitude because I AM HERE and I’ve been able to do some bloody awesome things with my time on this earth! @shazbradford8 we got this 🙏🏻 #9yearsofrebirth#sydneyiscallingforthenextstep#sydney#anniversary#mywheellife#itsokaynottobeokay#celebrationoflife#theonlywayisup#bblogger
Celebration of life flowers for a beloved son, brother, husband, father, and friend. Today we said goodbye to a good man. Rest in peace Rudy.🇺🇸 The roses are called "free spirit". And Rudy was definitely that. My hope is that his spirit is now free. And at peace.
Fallen hero. Rudy was a soldier. He was part of the Army medevac (air ambulance) team that rescued the wounded on the frontline. He served 5 combat tours. As a result of being on the frontline, Rudy suffered from PTSD, so severe that he required a service dog. His PTSD forced him to retire after 23 years of service.
I debated about whether or not to post this, but Rudy would've wanted to help others with his story.
Last Sunday, he lost his battle with PTSD. He was never able to heal from the trauma of war. His pain was so unbearable that he took his own life. Sadly, this is not uncommon among the veteran community.
We need to do more for our veterans. There needs to be better access to health services for all. If you or someone you know is stuggling with mental health, please know that there is no shame in seeking help. It takes tremendous courage to ask for help.
I don’t know why we all hang on to something we know we’re better off letting go.
It’s like we’re scared to lose what we don’t already have.
Some of us say we’d rather have that something than absolutely nothing, but the truth is, to have it halfway is harder than not having it at all.