Top 5 Reads before Living Unsettled in Bali

Top 5 Reads before Living Unsettled in Bali

Top 5 Reads before Living Unsettled in Bali By: Naomi Matlow Header photo by Ahmad Mohsen, Unsettled: Bali alum Are you ready to call Bali home for two weeks or one month in 2020? We are working from paradise and living Unsettled in Bali all year long. Together we...
Reflections From A Revolution: Unsettled Lebanon

Reflections From A Revolution: Unsettled Lebanon

Reflections From A Revolution: Unsettled Lebanon By: Maya Yafi, PR & Communications Specialist I have been living in Lebanon my whole life. Yet at many times I felt like I did not belong. When I applied to join Unsettled, I was at a point where I felt that my life...
Top 5 Reads Before Living Unsettled in Medellin

Top 5 Reads Before Living Unsettled in Medellin

Top 5 Reads Before Living Unsettled in Medellin By: Naomi Matlow  Are you as ready as we are for a month of coworking, creativity, and paisa living in the City of Eternal Spring? We are heading back into the mountains for one month or two weeks this January, February...
Why Learning to Surf in Nicaragua Went Beyond Facing The Waves

Why Learning to Surf in Nicaragua Went Beyond Facing The Waves

Why Learning to Surf in Nicaragua Went Beyond Facing The Waves By: Judy Cogan, Writer, Editor & Journalist & Unsettled: Nicaragua alum Surfing is dangerous. The huge waves, exposed rocks, risk of sharks kind of dangerous. It’s also really difficult, but...
Why You Need to Eat Pizza in Tokyo

Why You Need to Eat Pizza in Tokyo

Why You Need to Eat Pizza in Tokyo By: Naomi Matlow  Pizza is always having a moment and it’s always a good idea. But your favorite comfort food is especially having a moment today in Tokyo. With over 6,000 Italian restaurants, Tokyo is becoming not only a pizza...
Why Argentines Can Teach You About Living With Passion

Why Argentines Can Teach You About Living With Passion

Why Argentines Can Teach You About Living With Passion By: Naomi Matlow In the words of our Buenos Aires Location Manager, Vicky Viola, a Spanish phrase everyone should know before they arrive in Buenos Aires is: “‘La ciudad de la furia’ (the city of fury). It is a...

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