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Articles to inspire your creativity and self-expression.

Last year, we ran a social media campaign asking our followers to pitch us simple story ideas that we could turn into a short film. We received a range of creative submissions, but there was one response...
Now that the temperature is dropping and leaves are beginning to fall, it’s time for a new set of prompts to see us through the wonderful autumn season. There is so much to love about fall, and...
If you have been following us on the Endpaper Blog for a while, chances are you won't need too much convincing to pick up the practice of journalling. If you're curious to learn more about the many...
Sometimes at the Endpaper Blog we get the unique opportunity to offer a platform to creative journallers from around the world. We’ve recently partnered with Quynh Vu – a multitalented artist and bullet journaller who specializes in...
Whenever inspiration is far from striking, it helps to seek the advice of successful authors who have been in the same predicament. When you've tried the usual methods of seeking creative flow, give these four...
As part of our 2019 Back to School contest, we asked you for your top tips for scholastic success. Thanks to everyone who participated, we not only got to set up one lucky student with a back...
Whether you journal in the morning or after a long day, opening up your journal is one of the best ways to sort through the thoughts, however big or small, that are circling around in...
“I was working on the proof of one of my poems all the morning, and took out a comma. In the afternoon I put it back again.” - Oscar Wilde Editing, although perhaps a writer's least favourite stage, is more...
The new school year is a time for new beginnings, and it's the perfect opportunity to take a look at what you want to achieve for the year ahead. Whether it's school, college or work you’re heading back to,...
Back to school season can bring about a variety of emotions – excitement at seeing your school friends again, anxiety about what types of homework you'll have and the fun of stocking up on new supplies.