“100 days ago I boarded the plane to Barcelona, to spend a month with 20 people I had never met. Since then I have laughed, cried, hugged and learned more than I could ever have imagined…”
Even if you love your job (lucky you!), some time away from the office can do wonders for creativity, inspiration, and preventing burnout. Rebel’s Miranda Boisvert used her employee rewards to take an Unsettled month in Bali.
Unsettled alumni Tekisha Harvey was never made for corporate America. So after 17 years of climbing the ladder, she quit and fueled her entrepreneurial dream through travel.
She’s a chef from Cape Town who works on sailboats, but after spending two weeks in Nicaragua with Unsettled, Chenaé has been chasing flight tickets for a round-the-world adventure.
How one woman’s trip to Bali during ramadan reconnected her with her faith. Unsettled participant Noha Amer confesses what spirituality means for a modern American Muslim like her.
Four Unsettled trips… and still going strong. This alum is a professional activist and a serial Unsettler…
How a room full of strangers inspired a journalist to become the CEO she always dreamed of being, and launch her own business helping people travel the world using their air miles.
After being deported from Nicaragua once, Unsettled alum Ayannah finds her way back to Playa Santana, so she could embrace the unknown, and 18 other participants from our inaugural Nicaragua experience.
After identifying as an American with Korean origins for years, Unsettled participant Lindsay Donohue followed her heart to reconnect with her motherland, and redefine her identity.
"Unsettled helped me realize that I was on the wrong road, doing things I don’t want to do just for the money." How cooking for a local community in Medellin changed Chris' outlook of life.