BRE HEALTHY is a wholesome food and family blog dedicated in sharing homemade recipes and information for mothers and families who want to pursue wellness. BRE HEALTHY promotes a Balanced, Realistic, and Enjoyable approach of cooking and wholesome family-centered living.
I’m Breanna Panter Halverson. Other titles I go by are: baccaluerrete registered nurse, food and family blogger, and farm wife and momma.
I truly enjoy cooking and baking nutritious food at home. I love to garden and raise horses and cattle. I value self-reliance and a hard work ethic. My husband Karson is a professional mechanical engineer, cattle farmer, and hobby fisherman, horseman, and huntsman. I am a mother of three sweet children. I was born and raisied in northern utah and currently live on a small farm in my hometown with two horses, one pony, and a handful of cattle (depending on the time of year).
I am an advocate for physical fitness and strength. In my youth, I was an academic-all-state tennis athlete and regional track runner. I have run a half-marathon and continue to improve my physical fitness by horseback riding, walking, biking, hiking, skiing, and at-home workouts.
I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
I have been an active member of the health industry and nursing profession since 2009. My nursing experience includes long-term care, rehabilitation, medical, oncology, home health, hospice, and clinical education. While working for an internationally recognized hospital, I was awarded Employee Of The Month recognition on my hospital unit. While at that same hospital, I was an active member and participant in a Clinical Excellence Committee and Infection Control Committee.
Graduating Summa Kum Laude with my Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Nursing, I have the experience and ability to instruct in health education. With active leadership roles as a clinical coach, educator, and instructor, I have the skills to lead in the health industry. I received an Emerging Leader Scholarship in college that gave me opportunities to lead and serve my university. I received additional scholarships that were awarded to students who showed active involvement in the community and high academic standing.
In my youth, I served in the community as a youth city mayor, youth city council member, and usher for the Ogden Symphony and Ballet Association. Currently, I volunteer for Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo, Days For Girls International, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints congregation. Also, I recently donated 8.5 inches of hair to Children With Hair Loss.
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