What Chaos Theory Can Teach Us About Life Transitions

What Chaos Theory Can Teach Us About Life Transitions

What Chaos Theory Can Teach Us About Life Transitions By: Jonathan Kalan, Co-founder of Unsettled For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a fascination with the unknown. As a kid, I can remember hours spent listening to a tape my aunt had given me for my...
Farewell Airplane Mode: Essential Apps for the Unsettled Traveler

Farewell Airplane Mode: Essential Apps for the Unsettled Traveler

Farewell Airplane Mode: Essential Apps for the Unsettled Traveler By Ramon Arora, Director of Marketing, Unsettled Airplane mode. The button that disconnects you from the digital world. A button you wish you could keep on all the time, but you know you can’t. That...
How To Travel Solo… And Not Get Lonely

How To Travel Solo… And Not Get Lonely

How To Travel Solo… And Not Get Lonely By: Emily Hopcian, Medellin and Cape Town alumni 2017 Let’s face it. Exploring the world and building meaningful, transcendent communities often seem like contradictory desires. When we travel, we’re in motion. While we...
Three Ways To Embrace The Unknown (And Scare Yourself Shitless)

Three Ways To Embrace The Unknown (And Scare Yourself Shitless)

Three Ways To Embrace The Unknown (And Scare Yourself Shitless) By Emily Hopcian, Medellin and Cape Town Alumni 2017 Do you fear the unknown or embrace it? When ideas and dreams take shape in your mind, do you breathe life into the kindling or extinguish the spark...
A Man. An Unsettled Van. No Plan.

A Man. An Unsettled Van. No Plan.

A Man. An Unsettled Van. No Plan. By: Jonathan Kalan, Co-founder, Unsettled There are many forms of travel that are romantic in spirit. But that’s often where the romanticism ends. For example, traveling the Trans-Siberian railway takes the imagination in infinite...

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