Theresa Holland


Theresa Holland is a freelance commerce writer with a background in parenting, pregnancy, home design, and lifestyle. She has bylines at Elite Daily, The Financial Diet, Thought Catalog, Taffeta, The Spruce, MyDomaine, Byrdie, and other online publications. She also runs the blog The Taboo Textbook, where she shares her favorite life hacks and motherhood tips. You can follow her on Instagram @thetabootextbook.



Prior to becoming a writer for Verywell, Theresa was a contributing writer at Elite Daily and an ad copywriter for pregnancy, parenting, and fertility apps. She has a background in digital marketing and specializes in interior design, kids' gear, parenting products, prenatal attire, wellness, and travel. As a mother of one, she also tests strollers, car seats, carriers, and other baby gear for Dotdash sites. Theresa lives in the greater Portland area with her husband and son.


She earned her BS in business from Portland State University in 2011.

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