Kim lives a dangerous life which is to say she has an artery-clogging, deskbound job as a marketing manager compounded by a writing habit which leads to her spending more time than is healthy chained to her PC. For a woman who is also a well-being coach this is not a good thing.
To counteract her sedentary work life she practices Shotokan karate, yoga and also runs (slowly). The latter has the benefit of providing time to work on storylines. However, as Kim notes, the further she runs the more bad tempered she becomes. "As a consequence my plotting becomes increasingly evil and my characters have to suffer far worse predicaments than if I stayed at home and ate chocolate."
Kim loves travelling, people watching and animals of all shapes and sizes and can no more imagine spending a day without writing than she could a day without breathing.