- Go for a walk (works, according to J.K. Rowling).
- Read other people's work. It can inspire you.
- In case of a story writer's block, RolePlay. It's helpful to let other people share their creativity with you.
- Try to write on a different location. You might get 'the vibe' there. In the Zoo, for instance. Or in a cafe.
- If you have any drafts, edit these instead of trying to write something new.
- Write nonsense, it can trigger your imagination and spur your creativity.
- Look around you, you might pick up a good idea by just looking around. Just sit, for ten minutes, and take in your environment.
- Do something else. Really, can't get over your block? Do something else for a while. For me, doing other creative things, like drawing, helps.
- Ask others how they get over theirs. You might learn a new method.
- Go in denial. You do not have a writer's block. Writer's block doesn't exist. It's just a blockade you've put upon yourself because you've got nothing better to do. You do not have a writer's block!