THIS IS ME
A REGULAR INSIGHT INTO SUNSHINE COAST PERSONALITIES
As the owner of Morganics Seasonal Living Noosa, Lisa Morgan knows all things health. She’s been working within the fitness industry for the past 30 years and in that time, she has taken on a range of roles including personal trainer, gym owner, life coach and fitness blogger.
Lisa’s unique approach to well-being and lifestyle is what she is known for around the Sunshine Coast.
Many local residents visit Lisa’s store and online blog for healthy recipe ideas and nutrition tips. One day she hopes to use her knowledge to write a book.
Favourite time of day and why?
Early morning, I am usually at the river training with my clients or on the beach walking Jet, my dog.
Either way, I feel like I have struck it lucky with my lifestyle, living in Noosa.
What excites you?
Music, art, dance, food – if done well, they are usually created with deep passion, which is really what excites me.
Oh, and also if I see a group of cocker spaniels congregating on a walk, that will excite me too.
Favourite sport? Player or spectator? To watch, it is tennis. I do not play a sport per se but being a personal trainer, I am always into fitness. Last year, I took a team and competed in the True Grit Challenge which was great fun.
Best childhood memory?
Christmas in the cold with my family, Bing Crosby on TV, turkey in the oven and Top of the Pops at 2pm.
Where were you born? London.
Where would you like to holiday? France and Italy. I have not been there for years and would love to do a road trip meandering among the vineyards and sunflower fields in an open-top car.
Cats or dogs? Do you have a pet? Dog crazy! I have only one now, Jet, after losing my and Jet’s best friend Molly earlier this year.
Who are your heroes?
People who live their own truth and are not influenced by the unrealistic, superficial expectations that are put upon us. Dream job?
Writer and my current job (combined).
What will you be doing in 10 years? Hopefully driving around Europe living off the proceeds of my best-selling book. What’s the best thing about living on the Sunshine Coast?
Waking up surrounded by nature every day.
It’s the beaches, the healthy lifestyle, the good restaurants and the sunshine.