Hello, friends! Over the past couple of years, Halfway Anywhere has become a full-time endeavor. After having a number of you reach out to me wondering how you can best support the site, I've finally gotten around to creating a Patreon. If you're unfamiliar with the Patreon platform, it's a way
2020: What’s On The Agenda
Over the past few years, my yearly predicted agendas have grown in both their detail and their accuracy (2017, 2018, 2019). I'm sure some version of me considers this to be a bad thing, but I've come to terms with the fact that having an idea of what I would like to do and accomplish each year
2019: What The Hell Did I Do?
Hello, friends! I've been hard at work on the Pacific Crest Trail and the Continental Divide Trail thru-hiker surveys, and so my 2019 recap post (this post) has taken a backseat. But it's still January, so I have met my self-imposed deadline for a look back at 2019 (while it's still fresh(ish) in my
Introducing the Halfway Anywhere Store
UPDATE: The Halfway Anywhere Store has been put on hold indefinitely. If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch. It's taken longer than promised, but after repeated and persistent requests for the introduction of merchandise and prints, I've come around to the idea and am
Thirty Year Updates
Five years ago, I celebrated my first (and possibly only) quarter-century of life by writing up a bucket list (despite my disdain for this term and said lists). Most of the things on this list are quite arbitrary as I was just trying to imagine things I thought would be cool to do. I've since come
2019: What’s On The Agenda
I am a huge proponent of using the "no plan is the best plan" life strategy as a means of lazily masking my unwillingness to engage in thinking about the future. So far so good. That said, I find predicting my plan for the year less an exercise in preparation and more a tool for me to look back
2018: What The Hell Did I Do?
Congratulations! It's the third week of 2019 (goes fast, huh?) and we're all still here. I wonder if we'll be able to say the same thing after our next solar revolution. But does that mean that the sun is doing the revolution or that we're doing the revolution? I hope the latter; maybe it's just
2018: What’s On The Agenda
Now that we're well on our way on another journey around the sun (or at least that's what the scientists tell us - have you personally really ever observed any direct evidence of this? Think about it...), it's time to take a closer look at what to expect in the year ahead. For the first time in a