"I tend to not worry about the trends, because what works for an 18-year-old selfie queen may not for a 52-year-old First Lady who is a mom of teenagers she's trying to be a good role model for."On life after the White House, she says:
"Well, the honest answer is I have no idea, just like I had no idea what my life would be like living in the White House. My hopes are that we recapture some everydayness, some anonymity. And we know that will take some time. But I always joke that I dream of opening up my front door and walking out without any notification, without any security," she told InStyle.
"But at the same time, there are many aspects to living in the White House that we'll miss—the folks who work here, the staff who takes care of our families, my team who works on these issues. I mean, these are the people we see every day. They've cared for us for eight years. My children's formative years have been in this house. But we're young. Barack and I still want to do great work.