Marni Fogelson-Teel

 
Marni Fogelson-TeelMarni is a freelance writer based in Philly, where she lives with her two charming and mischievous children, her lovely husband, and their disobedient yet irresistible mutt. Marni has written for sites such as Ecofabulous, White Apricot, and Celsias, as well as for several literary journals. She has a B.A. in romance languages from the University of Pennsylvania, and an M.A. from NYU’s Gallatin School in Photography and Disability Studies. She blogs about adoption, vegan food, green living, and traveling at wazoh.wordpress.com.

Marni is obsessed with living the most simple and fulfilling life as possible in today’s modern craziness. She loves vegan cooking, playing outside with her kids, and writing one of the three novels that she has no time to finish.

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