Monday, 27 May 2013

MY PHOTOSHOOT IN ROTTERDAM!!!

















MY AFRICA, MY AFRIQUE!!








HOW TO HAVE A HEALTHY PREGNANCY!







A healthy pregnancy keeps everyone happy.
Photo © Michael Kempf - Fotolia.com


  1. See your practitioner before becoming pregnant.
  2. Start changing your food habits to include a healthy variety of foods.
  3. Exercise! Starting now will help you stay in shape during pregnancy, can lower your risk of miscarriage, and has been proven to help reduce labor complications and length.
  4. Educate yourself!
  5. Eat a new vegetable you've never tried.
  6. Check out a book on pregnancy.
  7. Figure out what to do about chemical birth control, like the birth control pill.
  8. Stop smoking. There are many programs to help you.
  9. Take a prenatal vitamin. They can be prescribed by your practitioner or you can buy them over the counter. Ensure it contains 0.4 mg of folic acid.
  10. Ask your partner to join you on your new healthy habit changes.
  11. Track your cycles. Learning what you can about your cycles will help determine when you ovulate and when you conceived. These make for more accurate due dates.
  12. If you need a new practitioner, interview before you become pregnant.
  13. Ask your friends about pregnancy and parenthood.
  14. Avoid chemicals that could possibly harm your baby. You can find these at work, in your home, and just about anywhere, be environmentally sensitive.
  15. See your dentist before you get pregnant and brush your teeth daily.
  16. Tell any medical professional that you may be pregnant if you are trying to get pregnant. This can prevent exposure to harmful tests and chemicals if you are pregnant and don't know it yet.
  17. Stop changing cat litter.
  18. Remember, it can take up to a year to become pregnant. If you have been actively trying for a year or more than six months if you are over 35, see your practitioner.
  19. Act pregnant. This includes not drinking alcohol, even while trying to conceive. There is no known safe level during pregnancy and alcohol can cause birth defects.
  20. Announce your pregnancy when you are ready.
  21. Talk to your parents, what do you want to take from their experiences? How do you want to be different?
  22. Rest when you can. Nap!
  23. Start a journal or a pregnancy blog.
  24. Use non-medicinal remedies for problems like nausea, heartburn, and constipation.
  25. Drink six - eight eight ounce glasses of water a day.
  26. Read yet another book!
  27. Join a prenatal yoga or exercise class.
  28. Keep your prenatal appointments with your midwife or doctor. This will help ensure that if you have any problems that they are caught early and kept to a minimum.
  29. Take an early pregnancy class.
  30. Remember to add 300 - 500 calories a day while pregnant.
  31. Tour your selection of birth facilities before making a choice if you are not having a home birth.
  32. Review the signs of premature labor and warnings signs for when to call your practitioner.
  33. Talk to local doulas and start interviewing. Doulas can help you have a shorter, safer and more satisfying birth.
  34. Keep a food diary to ensure that you are keeping up with your daily requirements.
  35. If you are decorating your house or a nursery remember to avoid fumes often associated with paint and wall paper. Perhaps have friends do the heavy work while you help make snacks for them. Keep the windows open!
  36. Baby sit a friend's baby and learn a bit about caring for a newborn.
  37. Take a childbirth class. Sign up early to ensure you get the class and dates that you want.
  38. Swimming is great in late pregnancy. It can help relieve a lot of aches and pains and makes you feel weightless.
  39. Take a breastfeeding class to help prepare you for the realities of breastfeeding.
  40. Stretch before bed to help prevent leg cramps.
  41. Continue to exercise, even if you have to slow down. This will help you recover more quickly.
  42. Write a birth plan. Something to help you clarify what you want or need for your birth experience. Share this with your practitioners and those you have invited to your birth.
  43. Have film and cameras ready!
  44. Practice relaxation whenever you can. Try for at least once a day.
  45. Do pelvic tilts to help with late pregnancy back pain. It will help relieve your pain and even encourage the baby to assume a good birth position.
  46. Pack your bags if you are going to a birth center or hospital. Don't forget your insurance cards, pre-registration forms, camera, birth plan, etc.
  47. Review the signs of labor and warning signs.
  48. Take a picture of yourself before the baby comes!
  49. Read birth stories.
  50. Kiss the baby! 
http://pregnancy.about.com/cs/preconceptionalhe/a/50tips.htm


HURRAY!
I WAS FEATURED IN pzc KRANT IN ZEELAND!


I am very excited
I was feautured in pzc krant today, of the Hakken (HIGH HEEL RACE)
Thanks to my Lovely Patner Aart for informing me  about this race!!
I had so much fun!!










Sunday, 26 May 2013




HIGH HEEL RACE IN ZEELAND






Running race with high heels 

These women including me who love playing wear high heels to compete with each other on match. The interesting running race was sponsored by the The GAMETE(Municipality)  OVERZANDE. The women must wear the high-heeled shoes of not less than 9 centimeters to attend the match, the woman who run first past the finishing line of 350 meters to be the champion. In this year, the match was held at overzande, zeeland . . It is the third times of formal match in history. At last, the champion is a dutch,  19-year-old girl.
She said she will use the money for vacation.
I won a shopping card to fix my nails (Gel nails)
I was also feautured in pvz newspaper.
It was awesome!!!!!!!!!
















DANCE DANCE DANCE!!!!!!
IN AFRICAN OUTFIT!!!!!
Listening and dancing  to one of my favourite Nigerian artist
DBANJ, title Oliver twist!
Enjoy!!!!!!











Saturday, 25 May 2013


LINK TO GLAZEN HUIS 3FM POPULAR REQUEST

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PHOTOSHOOT AT HOME!









 
 
 
 
 
MODEL INTRODUCTORY VIDEO,TRICKS AND TRUCKS!!
HOW TO BE A HEALTHY MODEL
As models, we have to be very conscience of what we eat. Consider researching raw foods and replacing animal fat with other forms of protein like soy-based products and grains like quinoa. Juicing is amazing, as well, because it delivers a nutrients from fruits and vegetables directly to your stomach to be absorbed by the body.
Food is the energy we fuel our bodies with. When we fuel them with the best kinds of foods, our bodies will naturally react in a positive way. Our skin becomes radiant, our hair shines, toxins are more readily removed from our systems and we gain so much more energy!
Beyond the physical benefits, eating healthily and exercising regularly actually improvesour mood. Think about all the time you've had a bad stomach ache, and how irritable it can make you. When those ailments don't exist anymore, we have room to actually feel good.
Try to eat balance diet, and exercise twice a week atleat!
There are different trypes of exercise, walking, running, jumping!
There is a saying, what you eat is who you are, and health is wealth!
I hope this article was helpful!!!
 
Remain blessed
xxx
 
 



Sunday, 12 May 2013

MY PHOTOSHOOT IN WATERLEIDINGDUINEN
This is a beautiful place to make lovely pictures!
If you love, birdwatching, watching horses or just having a romantic walk  alone or with your patner, this is the ideal place to be!









Monday, 6 May 2013



BEAUTY PATNERS THE NETHERLANDS


Beauty patners in located in the Netherlands, I am very pleased to have studied in this prestigious beauty school. where i studied  Parfum, make up, skin care and Cosmetics. I am a certified beauty consultant.

Beauty patners is a very good school , and will  recommend it to anybody who wants to turn their passion for beauty into a profession









Sunday, 5 May 2013