Celebrating life’s simple, everyday moments.
From living like a local to diving deep and collecting a lifetime of memories, here’s what it means to truly Live Unsettled.
Writers and philosophers have long felt the creative benefits of traveling; so Unsettled co-founder Michael Youngblood challenged his daily routine to try something new… in Mexico City.
The three-month rule of transition, how to slow down, and the importance of giving yourself enough time...
Thousands of comments and photo submissions later, here is who’s joining us for a free Unsettled trip in May.
When things around you become more uncertain, the most powerful thing you can do is be certain in yourself.
Our founders look back at the challenges, the achievements and the greatest lessons we’ve learned in 2017, and what the next 365 days will look like...
Structuring our lives around experiences instead of things doesn’t mean giving up all material possessions. It simply means becoming more intentional about what we choose to own.
“I’ve quit shit jobs. I’ve quit great jobs. I’ve quit jobs where I've been offered a 50% raise. You can say I know a thing or two about quitting…”
Stiven Álvarez Garro went from Google translating his walking tours to running a full-fledged travel business in Comuna 13.
Why slowing down and consciously not Instagramming every moment is a much more rewarding way to travel
The moment an advertising executive realized she was done being a 9-to-5 slave... and how she turned her life around.
With a buzzing food scene, inspiring culture and breathtaking landscapes, here’s why you need to choose Colombia for your next work and travel destination.
Bali alumnus Sonal Kotecha spent a transitional summer in Bali with 30 strangers (15 different nationalities!) and realized something very important...
From a shiny Silicon Valley job to being the entrepreneur of her own life, Cape Town participant Ashmi Pathela forecasts the future of work.
Whether día or noche, whether starter or dessert, there will almost always be one crucial question when it comes to Colombian food: “¿Con queso?” Would you like cheese with that?
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 button is not what this article is about.
It's been one year since Unsettled graduated the first TED Residency program. To say these past 12 months have been an extraordinary journey, would be an understatement. We didn’t set out to create just another travel company. We set out to create a people company. Here's where we've landed.