Friday, July 22, 2011

better homes and gardens

First Lady, Michelle Obama goes to the girl to cover a variety of glossies such as Vogue Fashion Bible and ebony black news monthly. This week, hit back on the newsstands in a coup Nader: Obama is the face of the medium staple in any place in doctors' offices and dental clinics - Better Homes and Gardens.
Magazine, dating back to the 1920s, has not featured a public figure from the front since 1963. (This was the actor Cliff Robertson, in an article entitled "cooks.") And Obama, the first First Lady to make the cover. Mamie Eisenhower was given up to an article in the inside.
Magazine is the country's third largest trading shiny and pay the largest women's magazine in the country and shows the living rooms are usually well-equipped parks and vibrant.
Said Cristina Schake, communications director for the First Lady in a statement that Obama "is thrilled to participate in the story of the White House lawn and garden Let's move! With millions of Americans who read" magazine.
Can not hurt the magazine is based in Iowa, an important political and comes as Obama has begun to return in the election campaign for her husband. It's polling 20 points higher than the president continues to raise the image of her through her campaign to combat obesity in children. Better homes and gardens readers, and 80 percent of them women, in the sweet spot of the voters who will the president need to win more.
August issue features a smiling Michelle Obama sitting on a picnic table in the garden of the White House. She wears a blue dress and white jacket and yellow flowers.
Said Gail Butler, editor of the magazine's decision to put the front came out of her interest in the health initiative to eat them. "Last year, research with our readers showed that mothers really high priority when it comes to eating healthy," said Butler.
Better Homes and Gardens and the story brings students from Harriet Tubman Elementary in Washington to the White House for a picnic lunch vegetables loaded with the First Lady. It's complete with photos and boiling tips to help children learn to love vegetables.
If the First Lady was concerned about criticism that it has become a national grumbling by pressing on the agenda of the food, they shook things in the last week. The same day, the best homes, gardens and began a correspondence copies of this issue, entitled "Michelle Obama: ideas and inspiration to help American families eat right," and she made a trip to the Shake Shack and ordered lunch calories Laden: burger, fries, shake - and cola Diet.

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