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The talk was put on by Glamour Magazine and followed the theme of education, titled “The Power of an Educated Girl.”“If you have people hanging around you that are bringing you down and not lifting you up, whether that’s your boo or your best friend, you’ve gotta learn how to push these people to the sides,” she said.“There is no boy at this age that is cute enough or interesting enough to stop you from getting your education.”The First Lady is currently trying to raise awareness for her Let Girls Learn campaign, which attempts to address the problem of 62 million girls throughout the world that don't have access to education. But cute only lasts for so long, and then it’s, who are you as a person? “I have always tried to put my kids first, and then put myself a really close second, as opposed to fifth or seventh,” she said.In case you missed it, here's the premise of the latest installments of : I hid Chrissy in a back room of a restaurant that served as a sort of Cupid’s mission control.It was hooked up to monitors watching a couple on a date, including one who is wearing a tiny, unnoticeable earpiece and listening to Chrissy give her own brand of original, non-traditional dating tips.
When you're dating a man, you should always feel good...s The Power of an Educated Girl panel in Harlem, NYC.Us Weekly attended Obama's talk on Tuesday, Sept. While many empowering points were made by the women on the panel, the highlight of the chat was when FLOTUS literally and figuratively dropped her mic.Now, it's a lady's turn for Chrissy's magic.Meet Kari, an eligible young Los Angeleno who gets great (not really) advice from Teigen, such as asking how many sister-wives one man has and define what a ‘pore‘ is.And if you’re following the Obama relationship playbook hoping to snag a future president of your own, you can ignore the rule about not dating interns — Michelle was Barack’s mentor when he was a first year summer intern (he was 27) and she was a first year associate (she was 25) at Chicago law firm Sidley & Austin.