Write more things by hand. I don't care if your handwriting is only legible to you, just do it. Trust me on this one. Find paper you like. Find pens or pencils you love. Then write by hand. You really dig what you've written, you can always transfer to computer for draft 2. I've really embraced writing by hand in many ways in the last year or so, and the mind-body connection is different. Sure, it's fast and easy to edit and polish when I'm sitting here doing this thing at 80+ wpm, but the process of making like an old-timey scribe over a notebook with smudged fingers is different.
You'll get cramps, and your arm will feel stiff, you might get annoyed with the process. But keep it up. Do it.
If you write at all, for any reason, and the time constraints aren't severe, write more things with your hands. If you're patient with the initial discomfort (and some who read this will likely have been computer/tablet/phone typers only for years now) you will get past that, and find that somehow, what you're doing is different. More intimate, and in how it draws words from mind to reality, perhaps even more precise.
We all need things to do with our hands sometimes. Write. With a pencil. Or a pen.