Welcome to Go For Logan!

It’s my saying, my catchphrase. Why do I say it? I don’t know. I answered my phone by saying, “Go for Logan!” once instead of a boring, mundane, “Hello?”

It’s better to let the caller know they reached the correct person from the get-go rather than the cycle of the caller asking for the person they are trying to reach while speaking to said person. You’ve reached the correct person. It’s a cell phone!

It’s Logan Wenger

Now that I got that out of my system, let’s move onto why you’re really here. Who is Logan Wenger?

You may know me from websites such as:


These websites serve a specific purpose. Landscape photography/travel, portrait photography, and life abroad, respectively.

GoForLogan.com is the reasoning behind everything. The behind the scenes narrative. The thoughts on life, work, money, drive, and purpose. Being intentional on intentional living. The things I have learned along the way to give my son a better shot at life when he grows up. This is the blog I was supposed to begin a decade ago, but here we are now in October 2020.

The Thing About Life

I’m not a windy sort of person, but there are topics I could go on and on about in particular circumstances.

I have a full-time job in the landscape industry. I photograph families as a side hustle. I once lived abroad in China from 2005 – 2018 which shaped my worldview. One thing these all have in common is the outdoors. I love being outside. I don’t necessarily like working outside, but photography is the one hustle I do like working outside.

My purpose with GoForLogan.com is being a human. A blog about self-discovery and the joys and pains that come along with it. This is a place of vulnerability and honesty. There have been a lot of hiccups along this journey of life and I believe by sharing my outlook on all things life, I have the opportunity to help at least one person, you!

The thing about life is you are here to experiment with intention and experience your individual life path. You are living your very own hero’s journey with real consequences. The choices you make today affect your tomorrow. Life is meant to be enjoyed and sharing your experiences with others.

This is a truth that I ignored for decades before believing it as a fact of my life. I wasn’t a long-term thinker. I just lived life in the moment. To be honest with you, it’s an excellent way to live in your 20s. It’s how I decided to move abroad because it, “sounds like fun.” And it was. That is how you gain experience though, with experimentation.

Live your life on purpose. Become the person you were meant to be in this life.