During his earlier years, most people would look at Wyatt and say that he lived his life coddled by the silver spoon of his parents success. His dad came to wealth with smart investments and stock management, which in turn hurt Wyatt just as much as it helped him. His parents felt as if there was no need to go through the worries of public schooling; no bullying, no peer pressure, no stress. Though Wyatt managed to get an excellent private education, he never managed to go through the social experiences that most kids learned during public schooling, leaving him in a state of social awkwardness and a never-ending loneliness in his late teens and even into his early years as an adult. With the lack of a social life going into adulthood, Wyatt had more free-time to work on other aspects of himself, such as his physical health. It wasn’t long after school when Wyatt started to spend more time out in nature, hiking, kayaking, swimming, and fishing when he simply wished to relax. The time spent outdoors doing such activities helped him get into shape and stay in shape all the way up till now.
Wyatt didn’t stop with his outdoor hobbies, eventually taking the challenge to hike the Appalachian Trail. He had the money to keep him supplied and the determination and focus to try and hike the trail. The lack of social activities as a child made him cling on to the little amount of achievements in his life, and even more so to the goals in which he wished to still accomplish. Surprisingly enough, this was where Wyatt met his first friend; someone he was able to relate with and work on getting past his social anxieties. Wyatt and his newfound friend completed the Appalachian Trail in three months, nothing record breaking but still below the typical average of most who take the challenge. Now, with something more than just his education and his wealth to cling on to, Wyatt was more inspired than ever to chase after anything he wished for.
Continuing to try and separate himself from the mantle of his upbringing, Wyatt started to travel to get away from home and the stigma that plagued his earlier years. This was his time to show himself and the world who he really was rather than what was given to him. With his only friend at his side, they traveled to the likes of England, France, Egypt, Germany, Switzerland, and the list goes on. Unfortunately, his final journey was to Russia, to explore more foreign cuisines and entertainment. Little did he know what was to soon plague the world. Since the downfall of society, Wyatt has continued to travel aimlessly in hopes of finding purpose in this new world.