Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? I am as well. I’m on a journey to become a better version of myself through my photography, projects, writing, personal development, cultural exploration, continuous learning, goal setting, and mentorship.
My photography may have led you here, but I hope you stay to Be More. Do More. See More.
Hello, Welcome to the blog. My name is Logan Wenger and I’m a photographer/writer/blogger/outdoorsman/survivalist/teacher from Fredericktown, Ohio. I honed these interests and passions while I was living abroad in China (2005 – 2018).
This is the paragraph where I’m supposed to write some awesome words hyping up my life making it sound fabulous. It’s not. There is no “keeping up with the Jones’” here, this is real life.
I have a full-time day job, but I’m a diverse guy. I have multiple interests and passions that drive me forward every day. I’m striving to get to a point of working for myself through writing and photography. I do identify as a photographer, but that is just one of many labels.
My journey in recent years has brought me to September 2020. I had an awakening of sorts which led me to my tagline: Be More. Do More. See More.
What I love about the tagline is that it is open to personal interpretation. These words resonate differently among everyone. The following is my interpretation.
I desire to become a better human being. One who has total control, and say, over every aspect of my life. Have you ever had a constant thought that you were meant for more in this life? For me, photography plays a huge role in being more.
I desire to do more for others. More for my family, friends, and neighbors. Doing more also pertains to being active physically and getting out into nature again for long hikes and overnight camping.
I desire to see more improvements in all aspects of my life and the lives of others. I will celebrate your wins as well as mine. My other interpretation is to see more of my country and the diverse landscapes.
What can I say? You know how it goes. One day everything is great. You’re feeling on top of the world and nothing can bring you down. Life is good. The next day there is a freight train in the living room and the nearest train tracks are 25 miles away and haven’t been used in 25 years.
Yeah, you get it.
Things don’t always go as planned. Dreams and goals put on the side while everything else gets in the way. It doesn’t have to stay that way. My motivation for writing and sharing on this blog is a creative outlet to help you in your journey.
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