Originally Answered: Curing Writer's Block?
I know exactly how you feel- I have the same problem in that I have so many story ideas, they're fully developed (and even if they aren't completely developed, they won't form until they've been written on at least a little), but there's not a word left in my noodle to even know where to begin. It's exhausting.
There's a book that I'd recommend that you read called The War of Art. It deals with writer's block, and though I personally didn't get anything from it, I was the only person who had that issue. My mom is a teacher and her coworker assigns it to his creative writing classes and everyone else who's read it has thought that it was wonderful. So I'd recommend checking it out of the library or borrowing it from someone before purchasing it- it is really short, so I don't think that it's too expensive.
Here's what might help you:
Get a healthy diet. Get plenty of vegetables and fruits, cut the junk, and sit outside in nature a lot. Apparently, exercise, a good diet, and lots of oxygen puts your brain at its best. Even if it doesn't help your writing, it will put you in a better mood.
Listen to music. My favorite music is ambient music, especially violin-heavy pieces. I'd recommend listening to Low or getting a Pandora channel (they'll give your forty free hours a month) and putting in some music choices and just going from there. Ambient music in my opinion inspires the most poetic sorts of feelings and therefore the most poetic sorts of words, but whatever genre that you'd like will work, obviously. My only suggestion is to make certain that the music is (a). not too distracting and (b). that you won't copy the lyrics, because sometimes lyrics get stuck in your head and, though you don't mean to, they surface in your writing. I have this problem with Coldplay and The Killers.
Get plenty of sleep and read lots of books. Get books in particular that are revered for their style of writing because it gives you plenty of ideas on how to go about your own writing.
Sometimes, writer's block is built up anger or sadness. I know that this sounds weird, but you could try punching a pillow or scribbling, just scribbling, on a blank sheet of paper. It's awkward to think of crying or throwing a temper tantrum just to get it out, but so often that's what's standing in the way- pent up negativity that you have to get out. So, while saving plenty of yourself for your work, be sure to uncork everything, in a manner of speaking. For me, it feels like there's a cork that stops me from finding any words. I've yet to find anything to get rid of this, but hopefully it's not an issue that cripples you. :)
Make a list of things that you want to do, style-wise. Do you want to use a lot of lyricism, repitition, what? Just make a list of styles and writing techniques and try to apply them.
I hope that this helps! Writer's block sucks so badly, but hopefully if you just sit down and write at least three pages a day- even if it is just word salad- you'll get somewhere. Good luck! :D