Belonging Everywhere & Nowhere with Unsettled Alum Melody Miles

Belonging Everywhere & Nowhere with Unsettled Alum Melody Miles

Belonging Everywhere & Nowhere with Unsettled Alum Melody Miles By: Melody Miles, Unsettled: Peru & Sailing BVI alum I was on the verge of tears inside my office at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation when I finally clicked the “sign up” button for my...
The Career Ladder is Officially Broken. Enter The Monkey Bars.

The Career Ladder is Officially Broken. Enter The Monkey Bars.

The Career Ladder is Officially Broken. Enter The Monkey Bars. By: Michael Youngblood, Unsettled Co-founder   Artwork by Katie Rodgers, @paperfashion As a child, did you visualize what getting a job and growing up would look like? I think many of us envisioned a...
Quit Your Job and Get a Life

Quit Your Job and Get a Life

Quit Your Job and Get a Life Everybody’s life changes a little bit after an Unsettled retreat, but in vastly different ways. Some alumni break old habits, some evolve their perspective, all build new connections and relationships, while others embrace giant life...
The Unsettled Guide To Working From Home… Successfully

The Unsettled Guide To Working From Home… Successfully

The Unsettled Guide To Working From Home… Successfully By: Naomi Matlow Uber delivers food right to our door. We have enough technology on an 11-inch (and even 4-inch) device to run a global company. Yet, some people still have to put pants on and commute to work....
This Is What I Did On My Creative Sabbatical In Bali

This Is What I Did On My Creative Sabbatical In Bali

This Is What I Did On My Creative Sabbatical In Bali By: Amelia Horvath, Bali alumniBeyond my current day job as a corporate lawyer in Sydney, I have a big creative side and have been wanting to shift more into that area of my life. I joined Unsettled: Bali this past...
Zen and the Art of the Underachiever

Zen and the Art of the Underachiever

Zen and the Art of the Underachiever By: Michael Youngblood, Co-founder, Unsettled   “You meet your destiny on the road that you take to avoid it” — Carl Jung When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? I mean, what did you really want to be? Not...

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