Right at home mix­ing busi­ness with leisure

North Coast Times - - NEWS -

HIL­LARYS res­i­dents Natalie and Chad Mor­ri­son run their ath-leisure fash­ion la­bel Acron Threads from home while rais­ing their daugh­ters Si­enna (4) and Mila (2).

Chad also runs a per­sonal train­ing busi­ness.

Natalie is a for­mer hu­man re­sources of­fi­cer and Chad a for­mer AFL foot­baller with West Coast and Colling­wood.

Natalie gives us a run­down on their home life for #SnapPerth. What do you love about your home and liv­ing in Hil­larys?

We ab­so­lutely love the lo­ca­tion, it’s calm and re­lax­ing and per­fect for rais­ing a fam­ily.

Our favourites are the beau­ti­ful park on Broad­beach Boule­vard, the beach down the road and boat har­bour close by. For how long have you been in the house?

We have both al­ways lived north and close to the beach.

Chad’s been in this house for 17 years and my­self for 15 years. What’s it like run­ning your busi­nesses from home?

Run­ning our busi­nesses from home is per­fect, es­pe­cially with our daugh­ters be­ing so young.

We spend zero time trav­el­ling, which means we get lots of qual­ity time as a fam­ily. What else do you like do­ing around the house when you’re not work­ing?

I en­joy cook­ing and have re­cently found a love for raw treats.

I love hav­ing the gym at home as we def­i­nitely use it reg­u­larly.

It’s also great be­cause our girls are grow­ing up see­ing our love for healthy liv­ing. Visit www.acron­threads. com.au.

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