#1 Buy Some Awesome Paper and Pens
You survived another school year. You deserve a present. Go out and get yourself something stylish to write on and write with. Something that speaks to you.
Everyone's unique. Some like leather-bound journals. Some like diaries with locks. Some like parchment on a clipboards. Get yourself something you want to hold, to sit with, to think with. I'm partial to the same 70 page spiral notebooks I used in elementary school, preferably green. I zip them up in my black leather satchel and try to look professional.
Pens are personal too. Calligraphy, roller-ball, felt-tip or crayon, get what feels good in your hand. I used to like razor-sharp ball-points that would cut glass until I discovered the Faber-Castell PITT Black 199 XS Artist Pen. It's the sort of thing you'd use to draw a graphic novel. I can't draw, but I feel more like an artist when I'm holding one. The quills wear out much faster than an ordinary pen and I know I must have accomplished something when I use one up. Find a tool you love, too.
Once you have a weapon and a target, you'll want to use them. You'll want to pick them up and write. Plus, if they cost you good money, you should feel obligated.
Just don't sit at the coffee shop at the mall with your ostrich-skin ledger and 18 karat Caran d'Ache trying to look deep. It's been done.