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IN THE PRESS

A Brand that Resonates

Over 348 million impressions garnered. My life in two cities has been featured in House Hunters International, New York Magazine’s “The Cut,” Travel+Leisure, BBC Radio, and more. My No Love Locks project has garnered international press on major news networks and publications, including national coverage in the U.S., Canada, and France.


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Travel+Leisure: How to Experience Paris Like a Local
Lisa Anselmo share her tips for living like a local in Paris, and talks about her book, My (Part-Time) Paris Life. Read on. By Jessica Plautz


Inspirelle: Meet The Wildly Talented Expats in Paris

Featured: Lisa Anselmo, an American expat, branding guru, and author of My (Part-Time) Paris Life: How Running Away Brought Me Home. 


La Vie Creative Podcast: Interview with Part-time Parisian and Full-time Author and Coach, Lisa Anselmo
Author, coach, and branding guru, Lisa Anselmo, talks about what it means to be creative, and why authenticity is more important than ever.


Expatriates Magazine: Cover Story
(Part-time) expat Lisa Anselmo shares her life between Paris and New York. She is a creative director, writer and author of My (Part-Time) Paris Life – How Running Away Brought Me Home: a true story of how expat life in Paris brought her self-discovery and healing after tragic personal loss. By Jaqueline Taylor


Bonjour Paris: Interview with Lisa Anselmo, Author of My (Part-Time) Paris Life
By Janet Hulstrand


Rudy Maxa’s World: Conversation with Lisa Anselmo, Part-Time Parisian
Podcast. Download here (see tab upper left).


The Earful Tower with Oliver Gee, on World Radio Paris
Radio interview with Lisa Anselmo on her new novel, kissing French people, and “love locks.” Listen here.


Olive and Branch: Five Fabulous Ladies Share their French Lives

A profile of must-read blogs about Paris and France.


Happy Hour with Ollia, Radio Enghien, France
Lisa Anselmo talks about her life in Paris and New York, reads from her memoir—plus, hear her custom playlist for the show!


Kick Ass Muse: How Running Away Brought Her Home
Podcast interview with My (Part-Time) Paris Life author Lisa Anselmo on changing your life, and finding purpose after loss. Listen here.


Bustle: My (Part-Time) Paris Life is Becoming a Book and Series: First Look
By Cristina Arreola


New York Magazine: Meet the Jet-lagged New Yorker Who’s Trying to Get Those Damn Locks Off of Paris Bridges
By Tim Murphy


The Local: 10 Best Books About France You Need to Read
Authors recommend their favorite books about France—David Lebovitz, Elaine Sciolino, Lisa Anselmo, and more. By Oliver Gee


The Local: This is the Moment You Know You’ve Become Parisian
Eleven adopted “Parisians” share the moment when they realized they were a local. By Oliver Gee


HGTV House Hunters International: Finding Happiness in Paris
Check local listings. For Lisa Anselmo, visiting Paris has always felt like home away from home. So when her mother passed away she looked to France for rejuvenation. Now, she’s convinced that finding the perfect apartment in her favorite arrondissement could bring her some needed joy.


The Local: 'Soul of the Community'—Saving the Paris Café

The fight to save Les Pipos, a bistro serving a local community for 130 years, is part of a larger fight to save small businesses falling to the gentrification and corporatization of Paris. By Lisa Anselmo


Making It in Manhattan: Secrets to the Perfect Red Lip by a (Part-Time) Parisian
Foolproof Tips: What to Buy; How to Apply. By Lisa Anselmo


Skirting the Rules: Why a “Reckless” Paris Property Purchase Was the Most Empowering Thing I Ever Did
By Lisa Anselmo


Distrupt Aging: 5 Ways I Disrupted My Life
It’s never too late to create the life you want. Unless you’re okay with dismissing happiness. I wasn’t.
By Lisa Anselmo
 

New York Magazine: Paris is Fighting Back, One Café Table at a Time
How Parisians are coping with fear and taking back their city after the terror attacks of November 13, 2015. By Lisa Anselmo


The Local: One Month On—Let’s Hope Fraternity is a Lasting Impact
Writer Lisa Anselmo gauges how Paris is coping one month after the devastating terror attacks and how she hopes the new-found fraternity among locals will be the true lasting impact of the attacks.
By Lisa Anselmo

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