…vegan, printer, photographer, dreamer, runner, cat lover.
Well hello there, and welcome to my little corner of the blogosphere. I’m Lorna, a thirty-something printer and blogger living in Preston. Although in an ideal world, I’d be living in the countryside surrounded by cats and stroking kittens for a living.
A restless soul who feels like I’ve never quite belonged anywhere, I’m forever running 5 minutes late convinced there just aren’t enough hours in the day. Always looking for the next shiny thing, I’ve had a varied life: printer, blogger, photographer; aerobics teacher & gym instructor. Qualified Interior Designer, CAD Technician and Personal Trainer. Did I mention I tried my hand at web design too? I put together two whole websites then decided it wasn’t for me. More recently, I’ve also added Sports Nutritionist to my ever-growing repertoire. My husband says I have the attention span of a goldfish, but I put it down to my creative personality.
What the hell is Radiating Chaos?
Good question. The best way I can describe Radiating Chaos is as a healthy living, vegan lifestyle blog. You’ll find it bursting with information on a range of topics including fitness, well-being, vegan lifestyle, travel, baking and a few other random topics that may crawl into my head from time-to-time. Along with some useful information, you’ll also find a few personal essays and snippets of real life thrown in for good measure.
I do my best to live an ethical and compassionate lifestyle. I’ve been vegetarian for 8 years and vegan since 2016. Well-being is important to me and I find looking after my mind just as important as looking after my body. Although I feel most at home either on a treadmill or lifting weights, I still take time to meditate and spend some time in reflection each day. Exercising daily is non-negotiable for me. I like to hit the gym or go for a run while most people are still snoozing. It’s my favourite way to start the day and once my workout is done I can tackle anything. I’m an outdoorsy kinda girl and when time permits I love nothing more than heading up to the Lake District and going walking. I’m also partial to exploring the wonderful gardens that the National Trust have to offer.
When I’m not sweating it out at the gym, or hiking up a mountain, you can find me renovating our 1950s bungalow, curled up with a good book or learning how to play the ukulele.
I’d really love for you to stay a while and have a mooch around, so grab a brew and a biscuit, pull up a chair and make yourself at home.
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