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When it comes to keeping a journal, everybody has a slightly different style. And though no two personal notebooks are ever the same, the people keeping them often have something in common. With the recent success of HBO's True...
So many topics have been covered as fellow authors wax eloquently on the craft of writing – from finding inspiration to moving past writer's block to clichés to avoid, the list goes on. The commonality between the most popular sayings...
A foundational course in most philosophy programs is "Critical Thinking," and the lessons it imparts can be applied to all endeavours and academic pursuits. Of course, this includes writing. Critical thinking is all about learning to ignore your gut instincts...
In these days of fear and uncertainty, we think it’s important to ground ourselves in the present moment rather than focusing on the future and the things we cannot control. Writer Elizabeth Gilbert recently posted on her Instagram account a coping...
Writing Wednesday usually means helpful advice and words of wisdom from those who have dedicated their lives to writing. However, as we learned with this post on "How (Not) to Write Like a Famous Author," the act of being...
  Our Peek Inside… series takes a look inside people's personal journals to celebrate their imagination and inspire others. Send us an email if you have a project that you would like to be featured. This month we get an insider's...
A full to-do list can seem like an overwhelming proposition. Line after line of goals, both short- and long-term, can seem never-ending but not writing down these tasks can be equally intimidating. Fear not, fellow writers and mission undertakers!...
This new season brings with it the possibility of travel, as many have plans for fun and adventurous summer vacations. Whether you plan to travel abroad or be a tourist in your hometown, we hope these ten quotes inspire...
On this day in 1758 Noah Webster, the father of the American dictionary, was born. Like all of us here at the Endpaper Blog Webster was a book lover, and his passion for etymology led to a complete reformation of...
There are lots of tips out there for getting the most out of a journal for writing, but what about the sketching side of things? For the non-artist it may be easy to imagine simply filling up a notebook...