For the last couple days, I haven't had it at all. Yesterday I allowed myself to wallow in my lack of ambition. Today, however, I forced myself to get back to work.
I started by tackling my cluttered work area. I don't usually clean my desk mid-project, but then again, I don't usually spend so much time on a single project. Here's the before picture:
And the after. Having an organized work area definitely helps when you're fighting tackmaker's block. No one wants to sit down to a messy desk. Now it's a lot more inviting.
Still, I wasn't really "in the zone." Because of that, I decided not to start final assembly on the Charro saddles. Experience has taught me that it's better to go small and simple when you're struggling with burnout. That way there's less pressure to be too perfect.
Six hours later, I have this to show for my day.