Top 10 to Follow this Year

It’s no secret that the people on social media we follow help create a healthy or unhealthy thought life. We check our phones, get a 30 second hit of someone else’s voice, and go back to our day. So it matters whose voice your choose to let into your day and into your mind. Here’s my recommendation of a few voices that lift me up and are worth listening to…

For food/health: does a great job of normalizing feeding our kids and the struggles and victories we encounter as moms. We’re doing our best, people! She’s a dietician you can trust with positivity at the core of her message.

@biglittlefeelings makes me feel sane as a mother and helps give practical advice for everyday motherhood. Their expertise is for toddlers, but tweenagers are just big toddlers so I still find their advice helpful.

@minimalistbaker always makes me want to get to the kitchen. Good, clean, inspiring recipes. @iamtabithabrown vegan recipes with soul and comedy. This gal made me smile through the pandemic and I’ve followed ever since.

For faith:

@first5app for bible study and @shereadstruth, @ourdailybread for daily devotionals, of course @andreachatelain_author for encouragement!

For fun:

@bobgoff is a great one to help you dream and live out big purposes.

@countrylivingmag because I’m a midwest girl who loves a good article about hometown stuff.

@jennifer.garner for a positive celebrity…she’s smart, kind, funny, cooks, and cares about kids.

Listen, my goal is to not be on my phone, but if I am, these are some voices that make me smile about the world. So I thought I’d share them with you! Cut out the negative voices this new year, and replace with these!

XO Andrea

Published by andreachatelain

I am a follower of Christ Jesus. Also, a wife to Dirk Chatelain and mother of three balls of energy; Luke is 5, Natalie 2, and Calvin 7 months. I currently work part-time as an English as a Second Language teacher at a local community college. In 2006, I graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in Journalism and Broadcasting, then went back for a Masters in Educations focusing on Secondary Language Acquisition for ESL and Spanish. (Can you tell I love words??) I am a pretty free spirit and love to listen to others' life stories. I learn so much from others and am inspired by their endurance. Other than spending my days with family, friends, and neighbors…I am finding a passion for gardening and cooking. There is something cathartic about watching God's creation grow from a tiny seed, and then, well, eating it. So far the bugs are staying away, but I will keep you posted.

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