It happens to all of us. It seems like all the ideas and inspiration have vanished. Then you get frusterated. Which I know helps even less. There's nothing worse than not being able to embrace that idea, or find the words to express your idea, or when you can't even find your idea. It's possibly burried under the pile of papers on you desk.
When you're stuck, it's like a traffic jam. There are a ton of ideas trying to get somewhere, but they're all congested so no one's going anywhere. How do you fix this stucked-ness? It's really pretty simple.
The first thing I do is UNCLUTTER.
Unclutter your desk, your office, your home, even your mind. Whatever it takes. Keep uncluttering until the flood gates open. I always start with my desk. I really am an organized person, but there's something about my desk that turns it into a catch-all. I have mail, coupons, scraps of paper with ideas written on them, bills, and who knows what else you can find. When I clean my desk I get the same feeling as when you walk into a clean house. There's that feeling of Ahhhh. It's calming and inviting. If that doesn't work declutter something else.
About once a week I do a brain-dump. It's like decluttering for your brain. You get a piece of paper and get everything out. Stuff you're worried about, upcomming plans, ideas, to-do lists, things you feel guilty about (maybe you haven't been making it to the gym or you need to call your mom). Dump everything out of your brain and create some room.
The second thing to do is Change Your Perspective
There are a ton of ways to do this. You can change what's on your desk. Rearrange your funiture. Work from a different location. Change your view, if there's been the same picture over your desk, switch it out. Try out a new scent. You can even switch up your routine. All of these things will energize your brain because they are new stimulus. It's like how when you drive the same route every day and you stop paying attention. You tune a lot of things out. Now think of what it's like to take a different route. You become aware of houses, people walking, signs, even the road, because it's a different perspective.
To your infinite success,
"Don't wait for the perfect moment,
take the moment & make it perfect."