Welcome to Honey Crunched! We strive to provide a great source of information on how to build a healthier lifestyle without completely avoiding those things we love. Through our articles we offer tips and advice on building a strong body and pure mind with the overarching goal of healthy living. We encourage your comments and participation. After you’ve explored our site, try challenging yourself to come up with workable alternatives to everyday battles with nutrition and exercise.
About the writers:
Kimberly Hale – Creator and writer of HoneyCrunched. Kim strives to maintain a healthy active lifestyle each and everyday. She is a mom and full-time Product Manager in the Recruitment Tech field, but her true passion lies in health and fitness. Kim spends hours weekly researching newest fitness trends, reading health blogs and scientific articles to stay abreast of new trains of thought and best practices that work.
Kim spent 25 years as a professional Ballerina before going to college for Journalism. She continues her quest for fitness through blending weekly weight training, yoga, pilates, and interval training. She fulfills her passion for writing through this blog. Kim’s day job is a Sr. Product Manager for a Chicago Technology Company. Favorite guilty pleasure? Chocolate Cake (well, really chocolate anything!)
Kate Milde – Contributing writer for HoneyCrunched. Kate is a native of Chicago, but is currently living in the Mystic, CT area. She graduated with Highest Distinction from the University of Illinois at Chicago, completing a BA in English Writing with a Concentration in Cultural, Media and Rhetorical Studies. Kate’s career has since been in Healthcare Research Administration and Outreach Programming. Her path began at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center, as a grant writer in the Cancer Control and Outreach Unit. Her accomplishments at the Cancer Center include successfully drafting and implementing Inter-Institutional Agreements between the UW, UWM and Menominee Tribal Health Clinic for a smoking cessation clinical trial, as well as Co-Leadership of the Annual Indigenous Health and Wellness Day. Kate’s recent position within the UW’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology consisted mainly of research grant expenditure reconciliation and protocol development for clinical trials. She is now happily at-home with her young son, and has completely embraced healthy living, including daily exercise and making healthier food choices. Her passions include writing, dancing, snowboarding and wine “tasting.”
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