The Washington Post has an article about a young German woman, Leonie Müller, who decided she'd had enough of apartment rent and landlords. Her solution was to get a rail pass and live on board.
The German college student gave up her apartment in spring. "It all started with a dispute I had with my landlord," Müller told The Washington Post via e-mail. "I instantly decided I didn't want to live there anymore — and then I realized: Actually, I didn't want to live anywhere anymore."
Instead, she bought a subscription that allows her to board every train in the country free. Now, Müller washes her hair in the train bathroom and writes her college papers while traveling at a speed of up to 190 mph. She says that she enjoys the liberty she has experienced since she gave up her apartment. "I really feel at home on trains and can visit so many more friends and cities. It's like being on vacation all the time," Müller said.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wor ... orld_pop_b
Would that work for a writer? Maybe, maybe not. The logistics of traveling and getting meals often leaves little time or energy for writing. But if rapidly changing scenery would help your overcome writer's block, it might be worth considering.
If you can read German, she has a blog here:
I wonder if German trains have free WiFi?
--Michael W. Perry, editor of Across Asia on a Bicycle