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Sara Lieberman
Sara Lieberman has edited pop culture and lifestyle features for the past 12 years, starting in print at Bob Guccione Jr.'s men's mag, Gear, and then moving to digital at and Seventeen, and back to print again at The Post and Page Six Magazine where she worked on the Sunday features section and quarterly glossy for nearly seven years.

In January 2013, Sara participated in a company-sponsored job exchange, for which she moved to London and swapped roles with a journalist at Britain's biggest weekly magazine, Fabulous. To document their three-month, fish-out-of-water experience, the pair launched a blog called New Girls About Towns, which has amassed a loyal following.

When the program ended in April, Sara decided to pursue freelance full-time, focusing on rebranding the blog and travel journalism, with a side of style for good measure. (This past Fashion Week, she was a contributing editor at The Daily Front Row.) Her work has appeared in Cosmopolitan UK and Urbis in New Zealand, as well as on Fodor's Travel and

Entries by Sara Lieberman

How Do You Define Travel?

(3) Comments | Posted November 11, 2013 | 1:14 PM

I started to define travel while hanging freely in a forward bend during yoga in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

I've taken yoga classes all over the world -- from Tulum, Mexico where the teacher taught in a barely-audible whisper causing my friend and I to immediately launch into can't-breathe-it-hurts-laughter following class,...

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Where's Your Happy Place?

(0) Comments | Posted November 11, 2013 | 12:24 PM

We all have them. Places that, in short, just make us happy. Where the sirens and deadlines and back pains and bills and meetings and "Mommmmmmmyyyy" all melt away. Where you can sit and just be content where you are in that moment and not want to leave for many...

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Sunday Face-Off: NYC Brunch vs. London Roast

(0) Comments | Posted November 11, 2013 | 11:41 AM

Sunday is my favorite day of the week.

Most people find that odd as it usually means the end of the weekend is near and the beginning of the work week is even nearer, but to me, it's always been a day of relaxation, lazy afternoons and gluttony. In...

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How the Disaster of a Small Italian Town Helped a New Yorker See Through Sandy

(0) Comments | Posted November 7, 2013 | 6:55 PM

There I was, sand in my toes, saltwater in my hair, sitting at a round picnic table just steps from the beach. As took a bite of a fish taco with mango slaw, I heard hammering. Lots and lots of hammering. Yet I had an appetite for appreciation, and so...

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Kindness Is Trending in Portland, Oregon

(2) Comments | Posted October 31, 2013 | 12:10 AM

On a recent trip to Portland, Oregon, I found more than just insanely delicious almond brittle with salted ganache ice cream from Salt & Straw.

I found The Kindness.

Two notable displays occurred around food, as one might expect from a city that gave us Pok...

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