Melissa Kirsch

Editor-in-Chief, Lifehacker

Growing a global community of over 26 million people – and the best life hack learned along the way

12th July 2018

Melissa Kirsch is Editor-in-Chief of Lifehacker. Established in 2005, with an initial focus on tech and productivity, the site has grown to a record readership of 7 million and has expanded its scope to food, health, parenting and personal finance. A published poet and author, Melissa released “The Girl’s Guide” in 2015, a book aimed at younger women detailing the benefits of a social media detox. She is also a co-host of ‘The Upgrade’, a weekly podcast where listeners are offered tips on health, careers and relationships. In this in-depth interview Melissa talks about how she established and implemented her editorial vision and reveals the best life hack she has ever learned.

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