It sounds counterintuitive, I know. But I've seen hundreds of students get a renewed love of writing by purposely being half-assed. This works because I'm not giving this advice to everyone. That guy Derrick at work who always brings paper plates to potlucks and takes credit for your ideas? He needs to start using his whole ass.
Smart, kind perfectionists like you? You need a break from your high standards so you can actually produce some of the brilliant work that's in your brain. By allowing it to be easy, you reset your standards to a more realistic place. Which will help you write more, more often, and send it out to the world. Maybe you'll even get praise, bylines, money, and creative satisfaction.
It's time we stop letting the Derrick's of the world do none of the work and get all of the credit. By giving half-assitry a try, you get to steal his spotlight back and get the satisfaction you deserve.