Portraits of Medellin: Through The Lens of Matt Tuapola

Portraits of Medellin: Through The Lens of Matt Tuapola

Portraits of Medellin: Through The Lens of Matt Tuapola By: Naomi Matlow Header photo by Matt TuapolaMatt Tuapola is a freelance photographer and travel guide who joined us to live Unsettled in Medellin this August. Not only did the experience spark a personal...
The Art of Savoring

The Art of Savoring

The Art of Savoring By: Alice Livermore, Unsettled: Bali alum and Positive Psychology expert  What do Unsettled alumni, people about to embark on their first retreat, and those anxiously debating if they should pull the trigger and book have in common? Two hard-earned...
7 Questions with Raúl Chávez, for One Week in Mexico City

7 Questions with Raúl Chávez, for One Week in Mexico City

7 Questions with Raúl Chávez, for One Week in Mexico City By: Naomi Matlow “Let the ‘Mexican love’ hug you.” – Raúl Chávez The vibrancy of Mexico City keeps calling us back. It is full of magic, museums, and mezcal around every colorful corner. Who better to...
TED Talk Tuesday: Transitions

TED Talk Tuesday: Transitions

TED Talk Tuesday: Transitions “The only constant in life is change.” Damn, does that overused cliche seem to ring truer and truer year after year. Last week on the blog we explored what it takes to help propel ourselves between the open spaces on the professional...
7 Questions with Stephen Brooks, for One Week in Costa Rica

7 Questions with Stephen Brooks, for One Week in Costa Rica

7 Questions with Stephen Brooks, for One Week in Costa Rica “If you plan it right, all you do is reap.” – Padi, the Abuelo of Punta Mona Stephen Brooks is a world-renowned ethnobotanist, permaculture designer and educator, and the founder and primary Director of...
Celebrating The Fathers Who Live Unsettled

Celebrating The Fathers Who Live Unsettled

Celebrating The Fathers Who Live Unsettled By: Naomi Matlow Happy Father’s Day to all the Fathers out there! From Dads of two-legged homosapiens to four-legged furry friends, we have had many papas join us in embracing the unknown all around the world. Cheers to the...

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