Fiona Tapp

Fiona Tapp is a freelance writer and educator. Her work has been featured on The Washington Post, The New York Post, HuffPost, Brides, SheKnows and Parent.co among many others. She is an expert in the field of Pedagogy, a teacher of 13 years and Master’s degree holder in Education. She writes about a variety of topics including parenting, education and travel, as well as feminist perspectives and personal opinion pieces. Fiona is a Brit abroad and when she's not writing, she enjoys thunderstorms and making play dough cars with her toddler.
Fiona Tapp

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