Taylor Leamey

Feature Writer​

Taylor Leamey is a feature writer for Reviews.com. After graduating with a BS in Psychology and Sociology, she worked as a retail copywriter before joining the Reviews team in October 2019. In her spare time, Taylor enjoys painting and spending time with her cats.

The Latest from Taylor Leamey

Homeowners Insurance Considerations for the LGBTQ Community

Discrimination Still Exists  Even with the legalization of same-sex marriage and various anti-discrimination laws in place, the LGBTQ community still battles considerable prejudice in many areas of life. One of the most significant is housing – both renting and buying. LGBTQ couples often end up wrongfully paying more than heterosexual couples in both taxes and ...

Guide to Creating a Productive Work Space

Rather than setting up a temporary workspace that you’ll dismantle every time you go back to work, try creating a permanent fixture in your home....

Bridging the Gender Divide: Guide to Overcoming Broadband Access to Be a Woman Leader in STEM

Read the original article here. What is Your Background in STEM?  Dr. Carol O’Donnell, Director, Smithsonian Science Education Center I majored in education with a focus on science and then became a science teacher in two public school systems in Virginia. I did that for almost a decade, teaching fourth and fifth grade. I applied ...

Student Guide to Renting for the First Time

Renting your first apartment is a big deal, regardless if you’re moving off campus or out of your parents’ basement. You’re an adult and you finally get to do what you want, the newfound freedom is everything you’ve imagined – and some things you didn’t, like the responsibilities that you’ve never had to worry about ...

How to Stay Connected as a Female Digital Nomad

In this article It’s Not a Passing Phase, It’s a Lifestyle Meet the Fierce Female Nomads  The Female Digital Nomad Experience How Do They Stay Connected? Tips From the Experts It’s Not a Passing Phase, It’s a Lifestyle If you dream of freely traveling between sandy beaches and snow-capped mountains, you’ll be happy to know ...

Data Privacy Laws by State

Your Data Travels Even If You Don’t The more connected we become, the more data we will continue to share. Think about how often you access the internet and input or view sensitive information. From accessing health care information to paying bills online to even tagging your location on social media, you’re sharing information that ...

How To Protect Your Home From Extreme Weather

Climate change can be a hot topic these days, but regardless of one’s views on the subject, scientists have taken an interest in how it might affect the intensity or possibility of future weather-related events. Natural disasters — whether predicted or not — expose the susceptibility and risks of our homes and communities. According to ...

Using Home Security to Protect Your Prescription Drugs

A top view of a pattern of prescription pills set to a cyan blue backdrop. ...

Protecting Your Home Business as a Master Crafter

The Industry of Making is On the Rise Whether you define yourself as a tinkerer, maker or craftsperson, protecting your business may look a little different than traditional avenues. According to an Association For Creative Industries study, at least 65.5 million people take part in at least one craft and the total industry is now a $44 ...

How Safe Are You From Holiday Package Theft?

‘Tis the Season for Porch Pirates While it’s largely considered a luxury for many, online shopping is not always about the best deals or the fact that you can do it in your pajamas at three in the morning. For those who aren’t able to hop in a car or manage the busy walk through ...