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Welcome to The Julia Matheson Blog:
stand up
What are the things you are passionate about in life? Like many Australians, the ocean is one of my biggest loves. There's nothing I like more than spending a day at the beach under the water. I am also a firm advocate for standing up for what you believe in. I don't normally write about politics, but this is a topic very close to my heart. I believe I have a responsibility to help... Read More »
what do you want?
What do you want? A better question, first of all. Sometimes this question can be too vague to produce a meaningful and actionable answer. To take the confusion and guesswork out of it, we need to rephrase the question, to get specific about what we want in our life. Most people focus on the things they don't want in life, and it comes in the form of complaint - about jobs,... Read More »
eat good. feel good. do good.
I think I have enough health food to get us all through the apocalypse. It's one of my goals this year to learn a new healthy recipe every week. My interest lies in gluten free, sugar free and raw food. Que recipe researching via my favourite healthy chefs and nutritionists and a looong shopping list to boot! I spent the afternoon at Fruit Peddlers in High St Northcote, Melbourne.... Read More »
good vibes only
I like to fix things. To have everything flowing. To solve any problems to maintain equilibrium. My world feels out of balance when something or someone is out of sorts. But I'm learning that to save my own sanity, sometimes you just need to step away. You know what they say, time heals all wounds. Well I'm the one with my finger on the fast forward button - repeatedly! I'm leaning... Read More »
transformation through yoga
So I completed my first yoga workshop! #goaltick I've done a yoga retreat before, where I delved pretty deep into my physical practice - but this was the first time I really got to expand my mind with traditional yoga ideas and philosophies - notepad and all. The workshop was an Introduction to Tantric Yoga - and I'll be honest, the word 'tantric' was a little off putting. It immediately... Read More »
stop selling yourself short
I was very surprised when one of my clients told me today "You should charge people more". Have you ever had a paying customer tell you they want to pay more for your services? Wow talk about truth bomb. I love the honesty and realness about that conversation. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Why do we sell ourselves short?... Read More »
new year, new you
As I close the door on 2013, and look at the fresh slate laying before me for 2014 - I can't help but brim with possibility. There's something magical about fresh starts. It reminds me of the start of the school year when I was younger. Getting a fresh uniform (probably a little too big), brand new books, contacting said books, fresh stationary, polished school shoes, and a new hair cut to... Read More »

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lisa williamson

“This was one of the best decisions I’ve made. The coaching came during a challenging period and helped me to look beyond my current circumstances, redefine my sense of who I am and envision what I wanted in my future.  Julia helped me to identify and define my values which now guide all my decisions. I discovered my strengths and unique gifts that I have to contribute. Reclaiming these qualities gave me the opportunity to see myself in a completely different, more confident and self assured light.  I would highly recommend coaching with Julia. She is the best listener, life cheerleader and guide I’ve experienced.”

Laura Trimble-Thompson