Sara Lieberman

Sara Lieberman is a writer and editor who has been living in Paris since 2014. Before making the shift into freelancing full-time, she held editorial roles in New York City at Seventeen.com, the New York Post, and Page Six. She now writes for a range of reputable media outlets and also focuses on editorial consultations, branded content, and editing longform work for other writers. Whether crafting a profile for The New York Times, a city guide for The Infatuation, a hotel review for Condé Nast Traveler, or a press release for a hospitality brand, she approaches every assignment with the goal of educating and servicing readers and clients.

* 20+ years of journalism experience
* Received a bachelor's degree in magazine journalism from Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications
* Former editorial director of Seventeen.com
* Former deputy Sunday features editor and executive editor at the New York Post
* Founder of substack publication/newsletter Overthinking
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In the City of Light, there's more to romance than chocolates, lingerie, and flowers.
Astounding architecture, everlasting light, and baguettes and cheese for dinner. Experience a weekend in the City of Light without breaking the bank.