ARGGGHHHH! Working on an idea that's turning out to be difficult to execute, and for all that, I can't even get a good sense if it's really going to have the effect I'm going for. It could be an epic fail. Is that why I'm hesitant to sit down and work on it? Should I push on until I do "feel it" or set it aside to work on something easier. . .light, fun, quick, cute and easy to sell (the joys of instant gratification versus potentially failed attempt at a fulfilling achievement?)
The other thing hanging me up a bit right now is a growing "to do" list of mundane stuff like photographing and posting new creations on Etsy as well as blog and Etsy promotion, taking some inventory to Urban Bazaar and picking up unsold items, new business cards, creating and setting up "print to order" postcards based on a couple really cool pictures of Cthulhu, and blah blah blah. Also have a couple of pounds of wool I need to start dyeing.
I do literally have ADD, and I was most productive when all I was doing was sculpting and sticking finished creations on the shelf. I really think it's all these other little procrastination-things I'm trying to do now that are occupying my headspace and killing creativity. This other stuff is making my creativity as fickle as a panda bear's libido.