Nicole Bonaccorso Treehugger

Nicole Bonaccorso



Health, Pregnancy, Healthy Eating, Diet, Exercise, Parenting, Wellness


Rowan University



Nicole has been working as a journalist for more than 10 years, covering topics ranging from science and tech to health and lifestyle. Her work has appeared on, AskMen, Upworthy,, RetailMeNot, and Mashable, among other publications. She is passionate about healthy family living and the products that can make wellness easy and accessible. 

Nicole’s work at has won several awards, including a 2018 Atlanta Press Club Award of Excellence for Photo Gallery and the 2018 New York Press Club Award for Internet Feature Photo, among others. She lives in the New York metro area and spends most of her time writing, cooking, and enjoying the outdoors.


Nicole has a bachelor’s degree in Writing Arts from Rowan University.

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