Who is Lara?

I’m Lara. Please don’t call me Lora. :(

I grew up in a small town in Indiana. I went to school in Indianapolis. Now I live in Los Angeles and work for BuzzFeed.

I think entirely too much and then write about it.

Email me: laraeparker@gmail.com

Life is better outside the comfort zone. 

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8 responses to “Who is Lara?

  1. Hey LARA,
    Discovered “I Compromised What I Believed In For Another Chance With You” on Thought Catalog this mornin and have since been internet-stalking you! Just want to say I’ve enjoyed all I have read so far. Thanks chick! Maybe one I’ll leave my comfort zone too but for today… I will continue to explore your writings and such!

  2. Hi Lara! I saw your interview with Her Campus, and you’ve really inspired me. My dream is to work for BuzzFeed some day, and I really connected to a lot of what you said in your interview. (I’m constantly trying to make the blog posts I do for a local non-profit funny, as well- they appreciate it, so it’s all good). Knowing your worth is definitely important, and your advice was super valuable. I just wanted to reach out and let you know you’re definitely impacting people with your words. Keep rockin’ it out.

  3. Hey Lara! I’ve been reading your blog posts and have seen you in a few Buzzfeed videos and wanted to tell you how awesome you seem! I’m about to be a senior in college and looking to work at Buzzfeed once I graduate so I thought I’d ask here if you have any advice going forward :) I’m really into articles like this that really aim to inspire people. I want to blog and work with social media once I’m graduated too! Let me know if there’s any magical advice I should follow when wanting to aim for Buzzfeed!! Thanks girl, keep rockin.

  4. Lara, have you heard of the “women’s therapy center” in long island new york? They changed my life at 20 years old when I was convinced there was no hope for my vaginismus. Please please look in to it if you haven’t already…they have something like a 95% success rate and when I went they were the only people in the world who could cure this horrible thing, people come from all over the world to see them. It was by no means an easy task but it was the single greatest thing I’ve done for myself and I am forever grateful for Ditza Katz and Ross Lynn Tabisel.

    • *republishing with the proper contact info* Lara, have you heard of the “women’s therapy center” in long island new york? They changed my life at 20 years old when I was convinced there was no hope for my vaginismus. Please please look in to it if you haven’t already…they have something like a 95% success rate and when I went they were the only people in the world who could cure this horrible thing, people come from all over the world to see them. It was by no means an easy task but it was the single greatest thing I’ve done for myself and I am forever grateful for Ditza Katz and Ross Lynn Tabisel.

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