Are you too nervous to draw around people? Especially the thought of drawing people that aren't specifically posing for you? Or maybe even people that are posing for you and asked to be drawn? Too much pressure to do a good job? Maybe you end up scribbling over your drawing, erasing your drawing or even worse ripping out the page and crumpling it up! That was me for my entire life up until this point. But now I just do it and half the time early in the drawing I mess something up or the person moves and I am tempted to give up but I go on and finish the drawing. I always finish my drawings. If I keep going I can fix it to at least be decent plus I learn from the experience of drawing and correcting errors. If I give up I learn nothing. It is summer so go outside and draw and if you are feeling extra brave draw people. They rarely mind.
Sometimes small freelance jobs are just what I need to break out of a rut. I just took on a small job making some drawings for baby wearing instruction though a contact I made years ago. I am no longer obsessed with pieces of cloth like I was when my eldest daughter was small but I made some contacts for life during that time period. Drawings like this are not my usual type of art but it should be straightforward and keep me busy and productive and that means a lot to me. The best job is the one I currently have.