After spending the better part of a decade in the White House, it's safe to say that Michelle Obama knows a thing or two about being a presidential spouse. And luckily for whoever will take up that First Spouse slot in 2016, the first lady isn't shy about sharing her advice.
Obama was a guest on Stephen Colbert's "Late Show" last night, where she talked about her plans for after she leaves the White House (open a window on her own without asking permission, go to Target) in just over a year.
She also shared her best thoughts for the future first spouse (2016 could be the first time we see a female Commander-in-Chief, after all!).
"I would say, follow your passion, just be you," she said.
Obama also plugged her new education equality initiative, which she's been encouraging people to tweet about using the hashtag #62MillionGirls.
She called the initiative "a government-wide effort that will leverage the investments we have made and success we have achieved in global primary school and expand them to help adolescent girls complete their education." Obama introduced the initiative with a video message and in-person appearance at the Global Citizen Festival in New York City this weekend.