Into the UnknownUnsettled's Official Blog: Musings on the intersection of work, life and adventure in the 21st century.
What I thought would be two weeks of relaxing while drinking wine and eating pasta at a gorgeous Italian villa turned out to be the two weeks I didn’t know I needed.
As summer begins to wind down (insert sad face emoji), we are already thinking springtime — and the City of Eternal Spring to be exact. Experience Leader Corey Schultz tells us why Medellin is calling your name this August.
Whether you work from home or are living the laptop lifestyle, here are 4 work from home tips.
You know what you don’t want your life to look like, and you are beginning to establish what it is you want out of this new chapter. What have some of our alumni wished they knew before they stepped in your shoes?
5 Ways Travel Can Save the World
WORK & TRAVEL INSPIRATION
Announcing a new partnership between Unsettled and Design Hotels
Conventional wisdom tells us that when it comes to choosing where to live, like most other things in life, we can’t have it all. But that was before the days of a global pandemic.
Your responses showed that a travel trend that has been building the last several years is finally arriving for many more who want it: longer term and more intentional opportunities where working remotely is possible. We are eagerly anticipating the day we get to do just that with all of you.
With a global paradigm shift on multiple fronts, we are provided with an opportunity, or some may say a duty, to look inward, especially when we can’t venture as far outward as we usually do.
If you’re looking for a vacation or change of scenery, you can always use your own private vehicle, or rent one, to reach your chosen destination. Are you looking for some tips to help you travel safely from city to city or across state lines? Keep reading.
We are thrilled to share a brand new virtual Unsettled offering designed for today’s ever changing world. Unsettled’s Mindfulness for Remote Work Program.
Times are changing… but do we actually need a whole new set of skills to navigate what’s going on in the world? We take a look at how some of our travel skills might help set us up for the long game ahead and cope with this unprecedented time.
Society is fully embracing the idea of everywhere we go, everything comes with us.
Nikki Webber Allen
TED Resident and Entrepreneur
Sustainable Building & Design Entrepreneur
Business Project Manager
Holistic Nutritionist & Self Care Coach
Software Tech Leader
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