Lawyer, business woman, and wife of the President of the United States, Michelle Obama moves us. She leads by example, so if you’re ever confused about what she stands for, just watch her deliver impassioned speeches like she did at the 2012 Democratic Convention, watch her double-dutch, watch her smile, and just how she carries herself. Since she’s undoubtedly challenged the conventional notions of what a First Lady should be, what else might she be able to do? Here are ten other (we’re sure you can thing of more) things we’d feel better about if Michelle Obama put her amazing hands on them in some way:

  1. Music – Michelle is known to love some good R&B and soul music and they’ve hosted everyone from Jill Scott to Stevie Wonder at The White House. Her latest musical endorsement? She says she and daughters are fans of newcomer Elle Varner.
  2. Style – The First Lady has been causing a fashion frenzy since she wore new designer Jason Wu the night of the inauguration in 2009. From J. Crew to Rachel Roy to Marchesa, her classic yet modern fashion choices rarely disappoint.
  3. Work-at-Home Moms – As mom to Malia and Sasha, MO doesn’t hesitate to let everyone know that her girls are her first priority. She keeps it real with rules and guidelines for the young ladies growing up in the spotlight.
  4. Tresses – Whether pulled back in a ponytail or gracing her shoulders in a bun, her hair is always slayed for gods.
  5. Wife 101 – First ladies are expected to stand by their men, but Michelle shows the kind of support and real love that makes this POTUS and FLOTUS the couple to match.
  6. The Super Bowl halftime show (surely, she’d keep Beyonce)
  7. Nail Polish Trends – Let Mrs. Obama wear a color and watch how the blogs go crazy trying to figure out whether its OPI or Essie.
  8. The Color Purple – Yes, the actual color. From lilac to plums, it’s one of her favorite hues to wear.
  9. Social Media – The FLOTUS not only has a Facebook and Twitter, she’s on Pinterest y’all.
  10. Gardens – Growing fruits and vegetables is not new, but Michelle put her words to work when she moved into the White House, planted a garden and encouraged Americans to get on a real health kick.
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