First Lady, Michelle Obama will turn an online editor for a week to address some of the back-to-school issues that affect the American society. The mini-series will be published on iVillage starting August 20, says the Associated Press.
As if Michelle Obama was a jobless aspiring journalist who needed money, the First Lady was invited to turn an online editor for a couple of days. She will be discussing some of the ardent issues of the American society, such as, children’s obesity and school programs. Her articles will feature on iVillage, an online website dedicate to women and family-related subjects, starting August 20.
The staff members of the website made the announcement on Monday revealing some of the new attributes and duties that Mrs. Obama will have to take care of in the future. Since the First Lady has been involved in many other educative projects for children, the administrators of the website thought visitors would be interested to discuss these issues with Michelle Obama.
Reps told the press that there have been many stories about healthy eating and family schedule on iVillage. However, they think the President’s wife could enrich these topics with many useful pieces of information due to her experience in the domain. Thus, visitors will have access to a video interview featuring Michelle Obama that will be running throughout the week. In addition, the First Lady will create and curate articles related to fitness and good nutrition for children. She will also produce several drawings in relation to her “Let’s Move!” initiative.
Michelle Obama has always been close to her fans, but this time she wants to reveal her true self in front of the readers. As a result, the President’s wife will post pics of her and her family on the website to allow people to see how she handles the start of the school year. The iVillage series called “Rev Up Your Back-To-School Routine” will contain many personal anecdotes because the First Lady, like her husband, has a great sense of humor. Many other guest editors will take part in the series, but the president of the website did not communicate their names.