Carrie Seim regularly contributes to Fodor's Travel, The New York Post, NPR's UnFictional, Better Homes and Gardens and Cosmopolitan. She also will appear on Comedy Central's new Inside Amy Schumer sketch comedy show. Her comedic essay "Outsourcing Love” – which documents the shameless hiring of a virtual assistant in India to manage her love life – was recently optioned for a feature film.
Her travel guides for Fodor’s include Egypt, Papua New Guinea, Beirut, Abu Dhabi, New York and Los Angeles. She is also a correspondent and editor for Page Six Magazine and Alexa, where she covers travel, dining, lifestyle trends and fashion.
Carrie earned a master's in journalism from Northwestern University and a minor in comedy from The Groundlings theatre, where she performs and teaches. She appeared as a series regular on E!’s Seven Deadly Hollywood Sins and her essays on awkwardness are featured in the book Mortified: Love is a Battlefield.