+Clean your palette.
+Clean your brushes.
+Prep a surface.
+Un-stretch and re-stretch a canvas you HATE.
+Grab your camera or smart phone and take a walk. Snap photos of things.
++Bonus photo-taking challenge: Photograph things in alphabetical order. An archway, a bottle, a cat, a drain, an electrical line...
+Read a really difficult book. Preferably something on Foucault or Derrida.
+Hide prints of past work you have made and are proud of around town. Think between book pages at the library, or in magazines at a salon, or between boxes or cereal at the supermarket....
++Bonus points: your prints/original pieces are sealed in clear plastic envelopes and boast your business card in the back.
+Call your mom/aunt/dad/best friend from college. Catch up and soak in your gratitude for the love you share.
+Google search images of subjects you love.
+Wikipedia "Random Article"
+Listen to an awesome podcast, like Star Talk https://www.startalkradio.net/show/ or The Savvy Painter Podcast https://savvypainter.com/podcast/
L+ie in your bed and try to think of NOTHING.
+Make a blackout poem: literally tear out a page of text and black out the words you DON'T like so you can write with the words you DO LIKE. See: Austin Kleon. http://austinkleon.com/