I’m excited to give you a behind the scenes look at Lisa Schwartz’ new book Thirty Life Crisis! You may know Lisa from her 10+ years on Youtube, where she has amassed 2+ million subscribers and over 395 million views. Now she’s putting her comedic storytelling to paper, and sharing her personal stories in this relatable coming-of-age book.
We talk about the writing process, go into more detail about the stories, and of course share our best advice for the 20- and 30-somethings out there.
If you’re nearing the big 3-0, or you’re going through your own life crisis, you need this episode in your life!
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Lisa Schwartz is an actress, writer, and producer born in Los Angeles, and raised on Seinfeld. She is best known for her YouTube channel, Lisbug, which features original comedic and musical content. To date, Lisa has garnered more than 2.2 million unique subscribers. Her most popular video, a parody of Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off,” generated 20 million views and received coverage in several outlets, including the Huffington Post.
Lisa also co-created and starred in Party Girl, an original scripted series for Freeform, as well as This Isn’t Working for ABC Digital. She has hosted various digital segments for ABC’s The Bachelor, Seventeen, and Yahoo. She can be heard as the voice of Talking Angela in the Talking Tom and Friends show on Netﬂix and Rube in the animated feature ﬁlm The Ladybug. Thirty-Life Crisis is Lisa’s ﬁrst book, but not her ﬁrst crisis.
What inspired Lisa to put her personal experiences into Thirty Life Crisis
- How the book could help you not feel so alone in your own daily struggles (or life crisis)
Lisa’s writing process and the difficult parts of sharing the personal details of her life
- Life advice for young adults in their 20s and 30s
- What Lisa’s Youtube subscribers will enjoy the most from the book
- How to ignore the societal pressures of your 20s and 30s
I am 35, I’m not married married, I don’t have kids, I support myself, my pants are a little tight…and I’ve never been happier.
– Lisa Schwartz, Thirty Life Crisis
Having your own life crisis? You need this book.