It's due soon. Yet writing that paper brings you another step closer to pursuing your personal and professional goals.
Try a change of scene A change of scene can make all the difference. Each time you quote someone, add in a footnote saying where the quote is from, and at the same time, copy and paste the details of the book into a bibliography at the end of your document.
And how eager you were to write your next piece? Whatever you can do right now, even if it doesn't seem like a lot right now, is one less thing that you'll have to do the next time you sit down to work on this.
It's a lot easier to carve a good essay out of a not-so-well-written rough draft than it is to carve a good essay out of a blank document.
Turn off your monitor and just start typing This is a trick I used to do when I started writing. Keep your eye on your goals: this is your education and your career. So, what does parking a car on a slope have to do with getting motivated to write a thesis?