When I write, I remember the basic outline: tell readers what you are going to say, tell them, them what you've told them. The parts to prioritize are your introduction and the conclusion. If readers like the beginning, they will want to read the rest. It's a similar idea for the ending: make them want more. For inspiration, I read quotes from Goodreads, learn good writers' style, and am constantly adapting my style. Sometimes, I put my topic on a sticky note right in front of my laptop. Seeing the topic in front of me helps me stay concise. Sticking to the point is more captivating than jumping around to different ideas. Another thing to note is to appeal to readers' emotions and senses, and make them feel something. It's easier to be interested in a piece of writing if you relate to it. Mental blocks when writing are common, so don't panic if it happens. I like to start early and give my brain a break just in case. With some time, I can find inspiration from other sources and still be able to review my writing.