theresa-holland

Theresa Holland

Highlights

• Theresa has been writing for Verywell since December 2019.
• Theresa has written for Elite Daily, The Financial Diet, Thought Catalog, Film Daily, and other online publications.
• She studied business at Portland State University.
• She has a background in digital marketing and SEO.

Experience

Theresa is a freelance writer and lifestyle blogger based in Portland, Oregon. She specializes in personal finance, interior design, home improvement, beauty, fitness, wellness, relationships, entertainment, tech, and travel. She has a BS in business from Portland State University and a background in digital marketing and SEO. Theresa lives in Portland with her husband and son.

Education

She has a BS in business from Portland State University.

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