Assigning words to thoughts and feelings is a difficult process. Making them interesting to others is even harder. The solution is easy enough to identify but the process is difficult.
Even the greatest writers and poets will tell you that not everything they write is great or even worth reading. There are days when nothing you write seems to work. There are days when you stare at the screen wishing you even had enough inspiration to even write something bad. The key is that you keep writing, and working, until the inspiration comes and you find the words. If you keep working at it, the words will come. Inspiration will strike.
One method you can use to get writing is the five-minute rule. No matter how daunting the task at hand may seem, spend at least five minutes a day actively working on it. That doesn’t mean you automatically spend five minutes and stop, but it does mean that at least once a day you will try. Sometimes the hardest part is just getting started. After five minutes you may find yourself deep in the task and making progress. At other times, five minutes will seem like an eternity. Just keep trying.