Remember the summer of 2012 when a catchy little tune was released by ‘Omi’ with catchy lyrics “Oh I think that I found myself a cheerleader, she is always right there when I need her”. Are you someone’s cheerleader? I really hope the answer is yes.

Let me share with you what I’ve observed over the first two months of the year:

  • An abundance of new diets are being advertised that guarantee weight loss.
  • The local gym seems to be fuller with people waiting to get onto machines.
  • Instagram is full of new online training programs, superfood fads, and weight loss supplements.

With all of this thrown at us on social media, it’s no wonder why we are so body-conscious. Putting that aside I want to say, I am the first to support someone wanting to change their ways for the better. Call me ‘Coach Anne’! or ‘Cheerleader Annie’ I really don’t care because it’s your health and wellbeing that I care about. I will always be there, providing advice, guiding you through the maze of diets, and yes, I will pull you back in line if you stray.

Now, I can’t be everyone’s cheerleader however what’s stopping you from being a cheerleader to your partner, spouse, friend, or work colleague who comes to you asking for support? As both a Nutritionist and Life Coach, I’ve heard ALL the excuses as to why people can’t get to the gym and eat well or dedicate themselves to reaching personal goals. If that’s you then take note – lifestyle changes take time! So, be kind to yourself and gradually modify your life so that it aligns with your goals and before you know it you’ll be back on track and kicking your goals out the window. Oh and find yourself a cheerleader!

If you need any help with getting your health back on track, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me at For little reminders don’t forget to look out for my weekly mindset quotes on Instagram @annedavies_nutritionlifecoach

Much love


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