Anne Dennon joined Reviews.com as a Staff Writer in June 2017. Since then, she’s reviewed everything from exercise equipment to investment platforms. Previously, she taught English and worked in library and archival science. Anne studied literature and film and still does, in the sense that she ruins movies for other people. The greatest thing she’s ever bought is a spiralizer.

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The Best Cat Trees

The Best Cat Trees

Apr 19, 2019 | Review

The Best Cat Trees Indoor cats lead safer lives, but removing them from the challenging, stimulating natural environment poses its own problems. A well-built cat tree can enrich your cat’s home life by providing an outlet for innate behaviors like climbing, scratching, and observing their domain from on high. We compared cat condo models to…

Reviews.com’s Latest Guest Testers: The Cats of Pasado’s Safe Haven

Reviews.com’s Latest Guest Testers: The Cats of Pasado’s Safe Haven

Apr 19, 2019 | News

Whether we’re sifting through dog meal delivery services or cat treats, we often joke at Reviews.com about how inconclusive it would be to consult the preferences of our own pets—our dogs’ interest in raw food, our cats’ preference for one dried bonito flake over another. Every pet is unique; behaviors can derive from unknown causes.…

The First 10 Things To Do After a Move

The First 10 Things To Do After a Move

Apr 16, 2019 | News

The experience of moving into a newly purchased home—be it a house, townhouse, or condo—can be many things, but it’s always memorable. The stress of keeping tabs on all the moving parts, from the paperwork of your new residence to the piano you loaded into a chartered truck, can make it easy to lose touch…

The Money Lessons Millennials Never Learned

The Money Lessons Millennials Never Learned

Apr 15, 2019 | News

The refrain that general education never prepared millennials to “adult”—to file taxes, to invest—is as classic an internet cliche as you’ll find these days. “School never taught me about loans, banking, or buying a house, but good thing I know the Pythagorean theorem.” Ready or not, adulthood has come: Millennials are now between 23-38 years…

Do I Need a Home Warranty?

Do I Need a Home Warranty?

Apr 12, 2019 | News

A home warranty covers the hiccups and breakdowns of a house’s appliances and systems. Depending on the policy, it may cover only systems (e.g. heating and air conditioning), only appliances (e.g. washer and dryer), both categories, or a custom list that you select item by item. A warranty could save you thousands, providing that what…

Magnified: The Common Cold Is Still Incurable, But Science Isn’t Giving Up

Magnified: The Common Cold Is Still Incurable, But Science Isn’t Giving Up

Apr 09, 2019 | News

Welcome to Magnified, our new newsletter that takes you behind the scenes of our reviews. Learn more and sign up here. The wadded-up tissue paper. The bowl of chicken soup. The blanket as a shawl. The props that accompany the common cold are instantly recognizable because we get so many colds in our lifetime (the…

Here’s why April is the right month to build your home gym

Here’s why April is the right month to build your home gym

Apr 05, 2019 | News

Reviews.com is reader-supported. If you click on or buy something via a link on this page, we may earn a commission. The benefits of movement extend well beyond physical fitness—a truth most of us know even if we don’t always put that knowledge into practice. Anxious? Stressed? Poor sleep? Regular exercise, whether it’s 30 minutes…

Tips for Searching for a New Home

Tips for Searching for a New Home

Apr 02, 2019 | News

Whether you’re searching for your first house or looking to downsize from the four-bedroom split-level where you raised your kids, the home-buying process is daunting. From browsing listings to making an offer to shelling out on closing costs, there are a lot of moving pieces to keep track of well before you get to the…

The Best Dog Toys

The Best Dog Toys

Mar 22, 2019 | Review

The Best Dog Toys For the domesticated dog, play is the key to physical and psychological health. It allows them to perform innate actions—stalk and hunt, run and tear, comfort and cuddle. One of the five freedoms of animal welfare is the “freedom to express normal behavior.” With guidance from animal behaviorists and veterinarians, we…

Hey Siri, what’s cool about the new AirPods?

Hey Siri, what’s cool about the new AirPods?

Mar 20, 2019 | News

The wireless earbud status symbol just got an upgrade. On Wednesday, Apple released the second generation of AirPods (available for online purchase now and in-store purchase starting next week), a little over two years after the company unveiled the original. The new iteration comes with a slew of improvements AirPod users might not have realized…