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Although I usually feel that photography is supplemental to the words I write down here on the blog (the photos are basically here to make the text less intimidating), photography is becoming a more important part of Halfway Anywhere and how I share my adventures. A big part of photography? The
Some of us tell kids that there's an overweight man living at the top of the Earth who delivers presents to everyone once a year; some of us tell kids that there's some sort of deity living in the sky who controls the world in ways we could not possibly hope to understand; some of us tell kids that
If there's one thing I get asked more than anything else it's, "How are you able to live this life of adventure? Where does the money come from?" Well, curious reader, here is your answer. When I first tried to write this post it turned into an explanation of how I started Halfway Anywhere -
If there's one question that you folks contact me with the most, it's this, "How do you support yourself? How do you make money? What on Earth are you doing to be able to support this [apparent] life of indefinite travel!?" As I do with most things I find myself responding to in emails over and
As many of you have noticed, I've made some changes to the look of Halfway Anywhere recently. Since I frequently get asked about the inner workings of my site, I thought I would share what it is I've done and why I've done it. I'm not going to lie, unless you're interested in blogging, website
It's all fine and good that I can self-publish whatever I feel like (like awesomely weird J-Pop videos or ambiguously worded cat photo albums) here on the glorious internet, but it's entirely different thing to have something published in printed form. The kind people at the publication, Another
I was recently asked by DJ Jess from BreakThru Radio to do an interview for her podcast Twenty-Something Traveler. Being the gentleman that I am (and since having a conversation with someone is far more enjoyable than responding to an email that goes something like, "Hey! I want to interview you!