Writer's Jam Tip 1: Appreciate the problemAdmit it: Having loads of stimulation is better than having none. Yes, it certainly can be frustrating, but record all your ideas, and work further upon one of them. The other ideas can be used later, but don't try to incorporate them all into one story or it might just get a mess.
Writer's Block Tip 1: Write all that comes to mind
Don't wait for the inspiration to come, just sit down and write! Even if you don't think it's good, it might morph into something better, PLUS it's a good training to get your train of ideas going. Write whatever you can and wherever you can. In a quiet room, outside in nature, on the bathroom, in a boring class...
The important thing is to focus solely on writing for a certain period of time, without regarding format, grammar, structure, etc. That's something for later.
Writer's Jam Tip 2: Exercise
This method works for both writer's jam and writers block, really. Exercising can prevent writer's block by getting your inspiration flowing and getting you unstuck.
It can also help you overcome writer's jam. Why? Well, exercise has a positive effect on mood, lessens anxiety, provides a sense of accomplishment, and gets your mind cleared. Maybe your huge list of novel-ideas will be more organized and you'll have a better idea of which ideas really are good and which ones now seem unrealistic or simply not as good. Your cluttered mind will be untangled, which is positive no matter what reason you did it for!
Writer's Block Tip 2: Log off
Writer's Jam Tip 3: Relax and see the bigger pictureI know. It may seem as though you have piles and piles of work and tons and tons of ideas to put down, but relax. Sit down and relax. You can do only one thing at a time, and activities will go much faster if you devote your energy to one thing at a time. Relax, sit back, and see the individual trees rather than letting the large and looming forest overpower you.
Writer's Block Tip 3: Do less
I hope these tips were helpful and that you've gotten something new out of it.
Do you have any tips or tricks that help you when you feel jammed or stuck? Tell me about them in the comments.