- Sage has written for Dotdash since April 2019
- She has a degree in English from Southern Connecticut State University
- She has also written for AlterNet.org, USA.Canon.com, ConsumerSearch.com, and Salon.com
Sage began writing for Dotdash in April 2019. She has also written for AlterNet.org, ConsumerSearch.com, Salon.com, and USA.Canon.com, among other websites. With over a decade of experience in consumer-oriented content, Sage has a passion for products and how they enhance our everyday lives. She earned a degree in English from Southern Connecticut State University.
She has a degree in English from Southern Connecticut State University.
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