Hi there!

Sunday Trust - - TAMBARI -

Patch­work pat­terns look flat­ter­ing on ev­ery­one, so it’s only right we make sure we em­brace and rock it well. With a va­ri­ety for us to mix and match with, there is a patch­work pat­tern com­bi­na­tion for us all. Ac­ces­sorize a patch­work pat­tern well and slay this eye catch­ing trend with style.

We’re talk­ing about smart ca­sual out­fits for work and pulling it off per­fectly for the guys. Look­ing dap­per and for­mal doesn’t al­ways mean go­ing for suits, but prop­erly dress­ing in ca­su­als and giv­ing it a touch of con­fi­dence. We’ll show you more on get­ting this look right on the men’s page.

On the culi­nary page we have a del­i­cacy you can al­ways pre­pare for your fam­ily to en­joy in the morn­ing- tasty stuffed yam pock­ets, which is a switch up for the ev­ery­day boiled or fried yam that we’ve be­come ac­cus­tomed to. On the sweeter side you can en­joy gin­ger­bread and fi­nally, re­lax with a cu­cum­ber lime drink to bal­ance the en­tire meal.

Com­plet­ing your lit­tle princesses’ out­fit with a head wrap is so adorable and also a stylish idea, while in­still­ing the habit of hair cov­er­ing in your child. Speak­ing of habits, we’re also talk­ing about break­ing bad habits in lit­tle ones. From thumb suck­ing to nose pick­ing, to men­tion a few. It’s im­por­tant to do away with such habits while it is still early and so we have dis­cussed it all on the kid­dies’ page. On the cover this week, we have Mrs. Funke Egbe­mode who is the Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor and Ed­i­tor in chief of New Tele­graph News­pa­per and also the Pres­i­dent of the Nige­rian Guild of Ed­i­tors. In the in­ter­view she talks about her ca­reer, how she han­dles be­ing a sin­gle mother and the bumps on the road she has en­coun­tered. Read more on it in de­tail in her in­ter­view.

Happy Easter!

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Nigeria

© PressReader. All rights reserved.