Anne Taylor

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Los Angeles, CA
Brigham Young University
Health & Wellness, Disney Parks
  • Anne is a Freelance Writer and Editor for Health Digest.
  • She also writes about health and wellness, Disney parks, and general interest topics for LifeSavvy media.
  • She has been published in many other publications including Well + Good, Mental Floss, and Introvert, Dear.


Anne Taylor is a freelance writer who is currently based in California but spends as much time as possible traveling the world and working remotely. She is open to writing about pretty much anything, but she has a special love for pieces on health and wellness and the Disney theme parks. Anne graduated with a B.A. in Journalism from Brigham Young University, decided she didn't want to be a journalist, and moved into digital marketing. After a few years of realizing the only part of marketing she liked was copywriting, she quit her job and focused on freelance writing. She currently writes for a variety of publications, and her work has been featured on many websites including Mental Floss and Well + Good. You can see more of her writing at When she's not writing, Anne loves to spend her time planning trips that may or may not happen, rereading Harry Potter for the tenth time, and cuddling with her dog, Pepper.


Anne has a bachelor's degree in journalism and has been writing professionally for five years.
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