In 12 Tiny Things Ellie Roscher and Heidi Barr journey with us through twelve essential areas of life: space, work, spirituality, food, style, nature, communication, home, sensuality, creativity, learning, and community. In each of these areas, we are invited to take one tiny action that is sure to open up growth and renewal.
12 Tiny Things guides us in curating a spiritual practice that promotes a more reflective, rooted, and intentional life. Regardless of how the ground feels underneath your feet, trust that there are roots there to tend. By trying on one tiny thing at a time, you can slowly, deliberately, and playfully remember who you are. You can nourish that being with tenderness. Together, we will reach and grow toward the sun.
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About the Author
Ellie Roscher is the author of Play Like a Girl and How Coffee Saved My Life and coauthor of 12 Tiny Things. She hosts the Unlikely Conversations podcast and teaches writing and yoga at The Loft Literary Center, the Minnesota Writing Project, and Up Yoga. She has an MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing from Sarah Lawrence College as well as an MA in Theology from Luther Seminary. She lives in Minneapolis with her spouse and sons.
Dr. Andreas Michaelides is a Clinical Psychologist and the Chief of Psychology at Noom, a mobile health technology company. He is the founder of Noom's behavioral health coaching program and has been featured in numerous print articles and television stations including Fox, NBC, CBS, and KBS.