Wesley, just catching up .
think we all hit that particular wall from time to time, however it helps if you can identify what the real issue is ...... are you just lacking inspiration to model or is it you can't find something origonal
Its the "origonal" bit that usual hits me ................ never really understood those guys who make 53 spitfires, or 17 tiger tanks .
I usually find that using Google image and just typing a few subjects that i have a general interest in helps. You may find a image which interests you slightly, follow it back to the origonal site and see what else is there .... it is truly amazing what you can find when you start following a trail.
As an example I was looking for some info/pics of 1950 American light trucks and came across a picture which lead me to discover this guy http://members.fotki.com/TheNewcityFamily/about/
Have a look at his albums, Ford Model T's , early racers, salt lake speedsters .... I will make a model of one of those based on a WW2 droptank , Ford AA trucks, etc, etc
Failing all that take a walk around the neighbourhood, I'll bet you will see something which would make a neat little project for a week .......... as others have said keep it very simple and small
These were 2 little learning projects ,which each took only a couple of hours but taught me a lot ( of what and what not to do !)
They are both 1/35 so very small ... but small = progress and that is satisfying and rewarding.
Hope inspiration strikes soon