Blog - Eli Trier
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Marianne Cantwell is like a magic pixie. She is the mastermind behind Free Range Humans, a glorious website and now a book, which encourages people to ditch the 9 to 5 and start living a life that really fulfills them. It will come as no...

When I first discovered Barbara Sher's books I actually stayed up all night making lists and planning a glorious future in which I wasn't tied to any one thing. Barbara's work concentrates on what she calls 'scanners', who are people like myself who are interested...

I'm afraid this is another truncated quote - the full quote is this: "And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never...

I love this quote from Joan Aiken - although I've only used a bit of it in this picture. The full quote is: "Why do we want to have alternate worlds? It's a way of making progress. You have to imagine something before you can...

Danny Wallace seems like one of the nicest people in the world. I first found him after watching the Jim Carrey film Yes Man, and discovering that it was based on one of Danny's books. It's a lovely book about an experiment he does in...

I first became aware of Susan Cain when I watched her TED talk, The Power of Introverts, and realised that I now had a reason why I snuck home early from nights out; why I found going out to work every day unbearable; even why...