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Tamara E. Holmes

Tamara E. Holmes is a Washington, DC-based writer whose work centers on the intersection between health, wealth and happiness.
Tamara E. Holmes's Articles
, September 10, 2021
Maybe this has happened to you. Too many companies interview Black women just to exploit us and waste our time. Here are ways we can reclaim it.
, August 6, 2021
Meet sustainable sisterprenuers who are raking in the green — up to $7 million per year — with their green businesses. Plus: tools to help you succeed.
, July 16, 2021
Few of us want to talk about the M word. Here’s why that has to change.
, July 9, 2021
AARP’s free outdoor fitness parks have the workings of a gym­ — but there are no walls, no contracts and no fees. Complimentary classes, too!
, June 25, 2021
That short-term rental might not be an escape from discrimination. Here’s how to fight back.
, April 30, 2021
Multilevel marketing companies have adapted to the pandemic. That’s created opportunities and risks. Here’s what to know.
, March 5, 2021
New e-commerce tools help small businesses make big profits as online sales boom. Sisters earning $1,000 to $6,000 a month show you how it’s done.
, January 29, 2021
Need to earn money fast? You can use these socially distanced side hustles — from contact tracing to wine sales — to make dough the digital way.
, December 22, 2020
Believe us, you’re in good company if you forgot a grocery item, an appointment or where you put your glasses. Brain health expert Sanjay Gupta, M.D., shares what you can do to stay sharp.
, November 20, 2020
Give up your go-to pandemic fitness activity? No way! Besides, you may burn calories faster in the cold. Here are keep-stepping tips from AARP’s wellness guru plus a few of our friends from GirlTrek.