President I met Michelle in 1988, after my first year of law school, when I took a summer job at Sidley & Austin, a law firm in Chicago.
But with student loans mounting, the three months of salary they offered wasn't something I could pass up.
When sharing her tips for finding The One, the US president's wife says intelligence and integrity should be the qualities women go for, rather than looks. But cute only lasts for so long and then it's 'Who are you as a person? Dating a man just because he is rich is another bad move. "Look at how the guy treats his mother and what he says about women. When you're dating a man you should always feel good. "You shouldn't be in a relationship with somebody who doesn't make you completely happy.
"Don't look at the bank book or the title," she advises. "And if you're in that relationship and you're dating, then my advice is, don't get married.
Finally, FLOTUS entered to an Apollo-sized round of applause.
Theron stressed the important link between girls’ education and HIV prevention.
The accomplished guests included former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, whom Leive described as “totally fierce,” 16-year-old student activist Nurfahada, and U. Messenger of Peace Charlize Theron, whom you may have heard of.
The first lady opened up the conversation by saying that without her education, she “wouldn’t be here.” She catalogued her experience traveling three hours a day to get to her public high school in Chicago, and the financial struggles her parents faced funding her college education.
After admitting that getting a good education can be a daunting endeavor even in the U.
"And not special like, he's gonna be important, he's gonna be president.
A year earlier I had been working as a community organizer in some of Chicago's poorest neighborhoods, and I struggled with the decision to go to a large firm.
Plus, FLOTUS added, if you drop out of school, you’ll probably have to listen to your nagging mother forever. More Michelle-isms included the gem “you don’t want to be with a boy who’s too stupid to appreciate a smart young woman,” and her sage advice to “clean your house” of anyone who’s hanging around and dragging you down—whether it’s “your boo or your best friend.” But Obama truly brought down the house with some straight talk for any young girl who’s more preoccupied with getting her “Mrs.” than her Ph.