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Maya's Story

Maya’s  story has been one of the super miriclaes of our life. How I heal my dauther eczema.

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Home Education

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Open Mind

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Problem Solvers

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Healthy Lifestyle

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Meeting People

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Moving & Traveling

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Healthy Food

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New Places

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Our Story

In June 2014, we left everything behind and started traveling the world in search for a cure for our kids. Our struggles seem to never end and that’s why we have decided to just go and FIND THE ANSWER. Soon after we have left our home, we started to put the puzzles together and helped our kids eczema through the diet and our new lifestyle.

During traveling for few months within Europe, we’ve gotten into an accident and lost our car. Fortunately, we were all alright. But it was a moment when we have decided to go to another continent and soon we went to Thailand, where we are right now continuing what we have started 2 years ago. Today we create a fun family vlog, to prove that it’s possible.

IF OUR STORY COULD ONLY HELP ONE PERSON, IT ALL WILL BE WORTH IT.

  • watermelon consumed 99%
  • gained health back 85%
  • fun with my family 92%
  • missing conventional schooling system 7%
  • overall happines 78%
Troy

Troy

traveler, raw fruit eater, the youngest

I’m still a toddler who.  I say yum, yum, !Ola, bye and I really like to eat. I try everything my Mom is eating. I love tomatoes and avocados, papaya and mangos. I like to try new flavors – figs, nuts, melons.

So my life is all about demanding the food and screaming for entertaiment. I also say kaka for dog, nana for my banana, avo for my avocado and some other funny stuff. I can say names of my siblings too. I also like to sleep, but waking up at night is really fun. I’m going to bed early and sleep all night until 5-6am and then all I wake up ready to play.

 I am the smallest but also the loudest.

Travis

Travis

traveler, raw fruit eater

I  am 8 years old and Iam on the spectrum. My diagnosis was a huge change for the whole family. My parents decided to fight for my health and have never given up on me. For the last 5 years they put their heart and time to work on my development as much as they can.

Today my autism is almost not visible. I’m a little different you may say, a bit more quiet and not very talkative at times. I have my own way to do things too. But when I am interested in something my mouth doesn’t stop running in two languages at once. And I am all into playing, conversation and fun.

Maya

Maya

traveler, raw fruit eater

It was beautiful January’s hot day when I was born. Yes, it actually was about 90F !! Sunny and warm day like late April or May. My dad walked out the hospital with me in the carrier covered with a light blanket and drove straight home.  My parents really thought that I’d always be this easy going. But I just was teasing them and instead, the very next day I started to cry almost all the time with very little sleep in between, just to get some rest for even more crying.

Today I am almost twelve years old. I still have my moods and high demands.  I am very sensitive and fragile. I like to dance, sing and draw, and parents say that I have a talent for it. Maybe someday I will become an artist.

Ullenka

Ullenka

traveler, raw fruit eater,mom

During traveling for few months within Europe, we’ve gotten into an accident and lost our car. Fortunately, we were all alright. But it was a moment when we have decided to go to another continent and soon we went to Thailand, where we are right now continuing what we have started 2 years ago. Today we create a fun family vlog, to prove that it’s possible.

Kris

Kris

traveler, raw fruit eater, dad

During traveling for few months within Europe, we’ve gotten into an accident and lost our car. Fortunately, we were all alright. But it was a moment when we have decided to go to another continent and soon we went to Thailand, where we are right now continuing what we have started 2 years ago. Today we create a fun family vlog, to prove that it’s possible.

HEALTHY LIFESTYLE GALLERY

Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia. It is a paradisematic country, in which roasted parts of sentences fly into your mouth.

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Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia. It is a paradisematic country, in which roasted parts of sentences fly into your mouth.

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