Go Old School
Tip #12 to shatter writer's block
If you usually write on a computer, you can get caught up in backspacing, cutting and pasting, formatting your fonts. Instead, pick up a spiral notebook or a legal pad and pen and write longhand for a while. No editing. Keep the momentum going. Then, the next time you need a writing break, type your longhand work into your computer. You may never go back to digital-first first drafts.
This tip is from 19 Tricks to Shatter Writer’s Block. If you missed any of the previous tips, you can find them all in the Hack Your Noodle section of Read Write Repeat.