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BITCOIN VIDEOLAND DOCUMENTARY CRYPTO KOORTS GOING LIVE ON 21 OKTOBER 2021!!

In the last year we have been working on a new DUTCH documentary about bitcoin and blockchain. This one is going live the 21st of October 2021 on the Videoland platform which is considered the Netflix of the Netherlands with more than 2 million subscribers!!

The documentary is made by June te Spenke and she discovers the whole Bitcoin industry through the eyes of crypto enthusiast and famous dutch people.

Bitcoin millionaires, bull markets, ‘to the moon’, altcoins, hodl and pump & dump, these are just a few terms that will sound familiar to crypto holders but will raise the eyebrows of others. The trading in crypto coins has in any case already provided an addition to our vocabulary in recent years, but what should we do with this hype and what are the dangers and the possibilities? Videoland decided to take a closer look at the crypto market and will launch a four-part docuseries from October 21: Crypto Koorts (crypto fever).

Security & Scams
In the series, documentary maker June te Spenke investigates the Dutch cryptocurrency market, for which she enters into discussions with opinion maker Sander Schimmelpenninck, financial journalist Janneke Willemse, presenter Humberto Tan, Didi Taihuttu, Madelon Vos ,the police and tech journalist Daniël Verlaan. All facets surrounding the crypto market are covered in detail, such as security, scams and decentralized markets. But also questions like ‘what is Bitcoin anyway?’ and ‘how realistic is it to think you’ll get rich with crypto?’ will be answered.

The first images of Crypto fever, which can be seen exclusively at Videoland from October 21, can be seen on this website

https://www.gids.tv/video/382122/cryptokoorts-op-videoland-cryptomarkt-nader-onderzocht-bekijk-de-eerste-beelden

Episode 2 The Bitcoin Family by Gokhstein Media

In todays episode

Today the second episode of the bitcoin family by Gokhstein Media is going live. In todays episode Jessa tells me at breakfast she wants a dog and I teach her a wise life lesson. Then Joli wants her first driving lesson in the Bitcoin Machina, but she’s only 15 so what to do? We also need some music in the house so we decide to buy a bluetooth speaker and we doubt between the Marshall or JBL but whichever it it is we will try to pay with BTC of course. You might like the result.

Have fun watching the second episode and if you missed the first one then don’t forget to watch that one as well.

Episode 1

The Bitcoin Family episode 1 gokhstein media

https://www.pscp.tv/w/1DXxyRkqEogKM

Episode 2

The Bitcoin Family Episode 2 Gokhstein media
https://www.pscp.tv/w/1MnxnlArBNwGO#

And yes tune in next Friday again for another episode of the bitcoin family on Gokhstein Media

Who’s Gokhstein Media?

Gokhstein is empowering the public and businesses who are developing blockchain technology & lifestyle brands around the world. Gokhshtein Media is your premier destination for valuable content, articles, news, magazines and podcasts!

Their Mission

Gokhshtein Media is focused to unwrap the blockchain industry and sprinkle in some lifestyle content so that we all stay entertained, inspired and progressing in our efforts. Their mission is to share the latest news, articles, podcasts and technical information about distributed ledger technologies as they continue to evolve in the world around us. Looking at finance, data management and social cultures around our industry gives us key insights which we want to share with you.

 

New Bitcoin Family youtube videos 🔥🚀🔥

How are you guys doing? Yes, we started to make new Bitcoin family YouTube videos again. Didi Taihuttu found his passion and energy in making a daily update video to educate you about Bitcoin Blockchain and life. We will of course also stay posting family videos but do check these new YouTube videos out because didi puts a lot of time in making them and we would love to receive your support !!

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Unserem Buch auf Deutsch

Yeahhhh, nach monatelanger Arbeit wurde unser Buch endlich ins Deutsche übersetzt. Ein weiterer Meilenstein in unserem Bitcoin-Abenteuer und so cool. Um dies zu feiern, können Sie das Buch bis zum 1. November zum Angebotspreis von 6,99 € bestellen. Nach dem 1. November wird das Buch zum normalen Preis verkauft.

Die Bitcoin Familie – Wie Mut uns zum Gluck führte

Geht es in dem Buch nur um Bitcoin?

Nein, das Buch ist eine Biografie über eine Familie, die die Angst vor dem Leben verliert und auf der Suche nach Glück ist. Eine emotionale Achterbahn, die Ihnen gleichzeitig Wissen über die Blockchain und Bitcoin vermittelt. 

Romaine

Mit diesem Buch versuchen wir, die vielen Fragen zu beantworten, die uns über ein Nomadenleben gestellt werden. Was waren die Gründe für uns und welche Schritte können Sie unternehmen, um Ihr Leben zu verändern? Wie sehen wir die Zukunft, wie hoch sind die Kosten für dieses Leben und viele andere Dinge, die im Buch zum Vorschein kommen werden?

  • … wie du mutig sein kannst
  • … das Geld nicht alles im Leben ist
  • … wie eine einzige Entscheidung dein Leben verändern kann
  • … warum es manchmal wichtig ist, andere Wege zu gehen
  • … warum Kryptowährungen für Didi die Zukunft sind
  • … wie auch du dein Glück findest.

Wir möchten Sie warnen, da das Lesen dieses Buches die Gefahr birgt, dass sich Ihr Leben bald ändert!

Jetzt zum Vorzugspreis von € 6,99

4 Great Bitcoin-Friendly Cities for Family Travel

The cryptocurrency market is in full swing, with establishments around the world opening their doors to Bitcoin users and enthusiasts. In 2018, there were approximately 13.2 million people who owned Bitcoin, and this number is only expected to grow as more and more Bitcoins are mined and their value continues to soar.

For families looking to spend their Bitcoins while traveling, it can still be tricky to plan your trips around the currency. Countries like Sweden have limited options when it comes to Bitcoin-friendly establishments, which means you have to do a little bit of digging to find a bar or restaurant that will take the cryptocurrency. Thankfully, some destination cities around the world are in the process of fully embracing the Bitcoin craze, and we’ve listed four of them below.

New York, USA

With its fancy fine dining restaurants and designer stores most people can’t eat or shop in, everything really is pricier in New York City. Indeed, Yoreevo highlights how the average apartment in NYC is likely to set you back more than $2 million — talk about expensive! Despite being notorious for being ludicrously expensive, the Big Apple is still a popular tourist spot and a great choice for Bitcoin travelers. This is because in 2015, the New York State Department of Financial Services launched the BitLicense program, which paved the way for the city’s 117 Bitcoin ATMs and over 500 businesses that accept Bitcoin. Of course, NYC’s Central Park, Empire State Building, and the High Line are all must-visit spots for families who travel.

Berlin, Germany

Germany is moving faster than most European countries when it comes to accepting cryptocurrency. Berlin, in particular, is a fantastic destination for travelers who use Bitcoin in light of the wide variety of restaurants, apartments, and even universities that accept the cryptocurrency. A metropolis teeming with culture and historical significance, it was deemed the Bitcoin capital of Europe back in 2013 by The Guardian, a title that still holds true today if not by name, then by spirit. Berlin is a great place to teach your kids about history while being in the actual places where the events happened — not to mention the mouth-watering pretzels and currywurst that the whole family will enjoy in the process.

London, UK

Bitcoin investors and digital currency startups are flocking to London’s increasingly Bitcoin-friendly marketplace. This is good news for families with Bitcoin to spend who want to see Buckingham Palace and the famous Big Ben, as establishments are quite friendly to cryptocurrency in London. In fact, Coindesk notes how the London Theater District was the first ever ticketing agency in the world to accept Bitcoin from its customers. On top of that, there are 74 Bitcoin ATMs and over 100 establishments in London that accept the digital currency.

Los Angeles, USA

Also known as the City of Angels, Los Angeles is turning into the city for Bitcoin users too, what with it boasting 145 Bitcoin ATMs and over 800 Bitcoin-friendly establishments. Additionally, the city is packed with Bitcoin enthusiasts who conduct regular meet-ups to talk about the latest developments in cryptocurrency. This makes LA the perfect stop for parents looking to mingle with Bitcoin users or the rich and famous, take a photo with the Hollywood sign, or take their kids to Universal Studios and Six Flags Magic Mountain.

Things are looking up for Bitcoin owners while traveling, as the number of places open to cryptocurrency continues to increase. Only time will tell how widespread the use of Bitcoin will be for both small establishments and large corporations around the globe. One thing’s for sure, the convenience of being able to trade it anywhere and anytime, as well as the security and low charges it offers, makes Bitcoin an attractive option for those looking to pack their bags and explore the world.

It’s important that our children experience other cultures

Respect someone for who he/she is.

This is not always easy since there are so many different people on this planet and not everyone thinks like you do. Although we can be so different, first try to understand why before you judge them. But how can you understand someone when you have no idea what his or her motivations are for acting in a certain way? 

A large part of one’s motives comes from his / her culture. There are many different cultures and by experiencing these cultures yourself it will be more easy to understand. By letting your children experience other cultures now, we believe that this will contribute positively to the rest of their lives. They will know why someone does or doesn’t do something in a certain way. Through this knowledge, understanding arises and this creates respect. You do not always have to agree with each other, but we can give each other the respect that everyone deserves.

Different countries different religions

When we travel through Indonesia our kids will discover the Islam religion, when we travel through Thailand they will meet Buddhism religion, In India and Bali, they will learn many things about Hinduism. In Australia, they learned which values the aboriginals religion has and in new Zeeland could see the Maori religion. Yes, there are many more religions but what the kids discover by taking them there is that they are all people and all the same. They just believe in different things and in our opinion that’s positive and we teach our kids what the positive things are of every religion instead of the negatives things because it’s only negative in your eye’s but not in theirs. Mutual respect is very important in life.

Let’s give an example. If you are eating in a restaurant in China you might hear people burping and making a lot of other sounds while they eat. In the western part of the world, we teach our kids that burping or slurping is not done and really rude. So your kids might end up thinking that for example, Chinese people are rude people but as strange as it may sound, burping is not considered rude in parts of India and China. Burping after a meal shows a sign of appreciation, satiety and being well fed. In Japan, slurping is considered polite. It’s also an indication that the food is good. You’ll look weirder for not slurping your noodles. Can you imagine how much fun it is to go and eat with your children and allow them to slurp and burp, hahaha. In some religions, it’s not ok for different genders to hug and in others, man kiss each other on their cheek when they meet. Kids need to understand why they do it like this and respect those people for it instead of making fun of it. The more people they see doing it all over the world the easier it becomes for them to understand it’s totally normal. These are just a few examples and we could name many more of them but maybe you could mention some in the reactions below this article.

Why we visit temples?

This is one of the reasons why we visit temples and many other religious spots with our children. This time we were in Koh Phangan in a very nice small temple, Wat Paa Sang Tham which we would recommend visiting with kids. You will get some free bananas and water and of course, in return, they love you to buy a lucky bracelet or do a donation etc. The kids were dressed in sarongs to hide naked shoulders and they got to light up incense sticks and offer them. They learn that they always need to use three sticks when offering. In Thailand, it’s often said that the three incense sticks pay homage to the Triple Gems: Buddha, Sangha, Dhamma. They learned that in Buddhism, incense acts as an offering to Buddhas, or enlightened ones, as well as a symbol for various aspects of Buddhist belief and an aid to positive thoughts and actions. So basically they learned that these sticks are not just used to give your house a nice smell, hahaha.

So we had some fun while they learned some things and that is in our opinion the best way to educate kids while traveling and again teach them that yes we all have different believes and live by them but at the end, we are all just humans which need to respect each other.

RESPECT

Yolofamilytravel meets family Zapp. A dream come true

A dream come true

Imagine you get the opportunity to meet your idol that has enlighted you to take certain steps in life. For football, this would be Diego Maradona or Lionel Messi, for music this would have been Elvis or Bob Marley, for movie stars it would have been morgan freeman or Angelina Jolie and so on and so on. In travel, there is only one superstar in our opinion and that is the family Zapp. Traveling for almost 18 years in an old Englisch car with a tent on the roof. Started with just the 2 off them for a few years and ended up traveling with 4 kids. The kids are born all over the world during their trip. One of them even in the car.

When we saw they were in Holland I immediately texted them they could stay over at our place and so we connected. Today was the day a dream came true because we met the Zapp family in Rotterdam Netherlands. We spend a morning together in a bookstore and spoke about many things in life and travel. It was a real honor for us to meet them and there was a connection that travelers often have. The kids played together and enjoyed a show organized by the bookstore. I could see in the eyes off my own kids that they now understood that kids that have traveled a long time, live a beautiful life. We had a great chat and even helped them selling some books.

The Car

 

Herman showed us the car and invited us to take place in the car. If you’re in it you even get more respect for their way of life. It’s small but cozy and you just feel the places this car has been too. I can really see me driving the world in it but I think a lot off people would get claustrophobic in this car if they were in it with 5 friends.

Herman and Candelaria signed their our book for us, which we recommend everybody to read if you wanna spark your dreams. They will be in Holland for some time so please visit them and buy the book. It will change your way of thinking about life.

We talked some more and the kids played together. They were getting busy with selling books etc so we decided to step back and let them do their thing. Their only source of income is selling their books so we have a lot of respect for the fact they even took time for us. We are going to meet again later this week and so we have plenty of time to chat some more.

They signed our book with the following words which were inspiring.

“ Jessa, Juna, Joli, Romaine, Didi. You are the perfect family to chase dreams. see you in Argentina! “

Yes, indeed we are invited to come to their house in Argentina when they will be there next year. This is a dream come true and yes like they inspired us we hope to inspire a lot of people to start chasing their dreams and live life to the fullest. You Only Live Once!

We took some pictures together, with our families, hugged and said goodbye! ( see you soon).

Thanks, Herman, Candelaria, Pampa, Tehue, Paloma, and Wallaby for this beautiful day and the gift.

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HELP !!

!! HELP !!  

And there we are. We have been traveling for 9 months now ( Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, Australia, France, Spain). On our way to Portugal but at the moment we ended up having a pit stop in our home country Holland. There were some issues to solve with the government. Kids in Holland are not allowed to be home schooled and we did so now we will probably be punished/fined for this. Yes Holland has an open minded policy about drugs, prostitution etc. but not when it comes to schooling. We knew this could happen and we took the risk so we won’t be complaining any further about this.  At the moment there are 4 main issues we would love to talk about with you guys and hopefully we can get some help/advise on them from you.

Life

The biggest challenge we are facing is that we as a family are in the middle of not knowing how  to adapt a new lifestyle.  We would love to keep traveling (my wife in a slower pace). The 7, 10 and 12 year old like traveling but they like their local family, friends and school as well. As parents we love to live a more minimalistic life but to be honest we spoiled our kids in the first part of their life so it will be a huge change for them. Off course the kids understand that life isn’t the same in the poorer parts of the world and we can be happy with less but I think it will take some time to get rid of the materialistic roots we sadly gave them in the first part of their childhood. If you faced this issue please let us know how you coped with this.

School

Our kids like going to school and love socializing with their friends. We on the other hand think that most schools are creating machines instead of loving human being’s and that’s why we home schooled them the last year but there often is the lack off socializing with other kids.  We just don’t think that the current way schools teach is good and we think our kids are given the wrong knowledge in the wrong way. Do you know places where family’s live together and home school their kids?

Money

Then there is the money making challenge. We started a website/blog/cryptocurrency and yes we became affiliates for a few companies but we are not making enough money yet to live off it. Our house is still for sale and the savings are getting less but we just would love to start earning some money while we show our kids the world. If you have any ideas or tips on making money while traveling please let us know.

Home

We don’t mind being in Holland a part of the year but with the current school law it’s just not possible to live the life we love to live.  If you live in Holland children have to attend school and by law no exception possible. We are thinking to move to another country but don’t exactly know what this TaxWise, healthcare wise etc. will mean. If you already went through this process please let us know your opinion.

Ok that’s all, hahaha.
I hope you guys can help us with making some huge decisions in our lives and if there is any way we can help you with anything just ask. Asking for help reveals strength, not weakness

 

Didi, Romaine, Joli, Juna and Jessa

www.yolofamilytravel.com
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15 Things you should give up to be happy. Let’s try it.

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15 Things you should give up to be Happy

We found this peace on internet and because we liked it we wanted to share it with you. It’s written by Luminita D Saviuc. Here is a list of 15 things which, if you give up on them, will make your life a lot easier and much, much happier. We hold on to so many things that cause us a great deal of pain, stress and suffering – and instead of letting them all go, instead of allowing ourselves to be stress free and happy – we cling on to them. Not anymore. Starting today we will give up on all those things that no longer serve us, and we will embrace change. We are trying to do so but it’s not always easy. Ready? Here we go:

1. Give up your need to always be right

There are so many of us who can’t stand the idea of being wrong – wanting to always be right – even at the risk of ending great relationships or causing a great deal of stress and pain, for us and for others. It’s just not worth it. Whenever you feel the ‘urgent’ need to jump into a fight over who is right and who is wrong, ask yourself this question:

“Would I rather be right, or would I rather be kind?”  Wayne Dyer.
What difference will that make? Is your ego really that big?

2. Give up your need for control

Be willing to give up your need to always control everything that happens to you and around you – situations, events, people, etc. Whether they are loved ones, coworkers, or just strangers you meet on the street – just allow them to be. Allow everything and everyone to be just as they are and you will see how much better will that make you feel.

“By letting it go it all gets done. The world is won by those who let it go. But when you try and try. The world is beyond winning.” Lao Tzu

3. Give up on blame

Give up on your need to blame others for what you have or don’t have, for what you feel or don’t feel. Stop giving your powers away and start taking responsibility for your life.

Allow everything and everyone to be just as they are.

4. Give up your self-defeating self-talk

Oh my. How many people are hurting themselves because of their negative, polluted and repetitive self-defeating mindset? Don’t believe everything that your mind is telling you – especially if it’s negative and self-defeating. You are better than that.

“The mind is a superb instrument if used rightly. Used wrongly, however, it becomes very destructive.” Eckhart Tolle

5. Give up your limiting beliefs

Give up your limiting beliefs about what you can or cannot do, about what is possible or impossible. From now on, you are no longer going to allow your limiting beliefs to keep you stuck in the wrong place. Spread your wings and fly!

“A belief is not an idea held by the mind, it is an idea that holds the mind.” Elly Roselle

Give up your limiting beliefs about what you can or cannot do.

6. Give up complaining

Give up your constant need to complain about those many, many, maaany things – people, situations, events that make you unhappy, sad and depressed. Nobody can make you unhappy, no situation can make you sad or miserable unless you allow it to. It’s not the situation that triggers those feelings in you, but how you choose to look at it. Never underestimate the power of positive thinking.

7. Give up the luxury of criticism

Give up your need to criticize things, events or people that are different than you. We are all different, yet we are all the same. Furthermore we all want to be happy, we all want to love and be loved and we all want to be understood. We all want something, and something is wished by us all.

Stop trying so hard to be something that you’re not just to make others like you. It doesn’t work this way. The moment you stop trying so hard to be something that you’re not, the moment you take off all your masks, the moment you accept and embrace the real you, you will find people will be drawn to you, effortlessly.

We are all different, yet we are all the same.

9. Give up your resistance to change

Change is good. It will help you move from A to B. Change will help you make improvements in your life and also the lives of those around you. Follow your bliss, embrace change – don’t resist it.

“Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors for you where there were only walls.” Joseph Campbell

10. Give up labels

Stop labeling those things, people or events that you don’t understand as being weird or different, and try opening your mind, little by little. Minds only work when open.

“The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don’t know anything about.” Wayne Dyer

11. Give up on your fears

Fear is just an illusion, it doesn’t exist – you created it. It’s all in your mind. Correct the inside and the outside will fall into place.

“The only thing we have to fear, is fear itself.” Franklin D. Roosevelt

Fear is just an illusion, it doesn’t exist – you created it.

12. Give up your excuses

Send them packing and tell them they’re fired. You no longer need them. A lot of times we limit ourselves because of the many excuses we use. Instead of growing and working on improving ourselves and our lives, we get stuck, lying to ourselves, using all kind of excuses – excuses that 99.9% of the time are not even real.

13. Give up the past

I know, I know. It’s hard. Especially when the past looks so much better than the present and the future looks so frightening, but you have to take into consideration the fact that the present moment is all you have and all you will ever have. The past you are now longing for – the past that you are now dreaming about – was ignored by you when it was present. Stop deluding yourself. Be present in everything you do and enjoy life. After all, life is a journey not a destination. Have a clear vision for the future, prepare yourself, but always be present in the now.

Life is a journey not a destination.

14. Give up attachment

This is a concept that, for most of us is so hard to grasp and I have to tell you that it was for me too (it still is) but it’s not something impossible. You get better and better at it with time and practice. The moment you detach yourself from all things (and that doesn’t mean you give up your love for them – because love and attachment have nothing to do with one another,  attachment comes from a place of fear, while love… well, real love is pure, kind, and selfless, where there is love there can’t be fear, and because of that, attachment and love cannot coexist), you become so peaceful, so tolerant, so kind, and so serene. You will get to a place where you will be able to understand all things without even trying. A state beyond words.

15. Give up living your life to other people’s expectations

Way too many people are living a life that is not theirs to live. They live their lives according to what others think is best for them, they live their lives according to what their parents think is best for them, to what their friends, their enemies and their teachers, their government and the media think is best for them. And They ignore their inner voice, that inner calling.  Furthermore They are so busy with pleasing everybody, with living up to other people’s expectations, that they lose control over their lives. They forget what makes them happy, what they want, what they need….and eventually they forget about themselves.  You have one life – this one right now – you must live it, own it, and especially don’t let other people’s opinions distract you from your path.

happy yolofamily

 

Lets meet the family

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Yolo family travel explorers:

yolo family travel taihuttu
 from left to right:  Didi Taihuttu || Juna Taihuttu || Jessa Taihuttu || Romaine Taihuttu Smits ||Joli Taihuttu

Didi Taihuttu 

26-05-1978 || Love beaches || Sunset addict || Football || Musiclover || CryptoCoins || Asian food || Orphan at 38 years old || IT specialist || Affiliatemarketing || Passionate Traveler || Homeschool

Romaine Taihuttu – Smits

16-05-1978 || Yoga Lover || Healthy Food || Creative || Loving  Mama || Dutch Food lover || Caring || Patient || Book addict || Dancing

Joli Taihuttu

05-06-2005 || Dancing || Traveling || Vlogging || Acro Yoga || mature || caring || explorer || limit seeker

Juna Taihuttu

23-04-2007 || Headstand pro || Patient || Rubics Cube || Caring || Sporty girl || Stubbornly || Always Happy || fish Hater ||

Jessa Taihuttu

18-05-2010 || Mogli || 24h 200% energy || Sportly || Flexible || Strong || Positively crazy ||  Agile || Sweet

Who are we ?

We are the Taihuttu family traveling around the world and enjoying life. First of all, we need to warn you that we are Dutch. English isn’t our native language, so upfront sorry for the incorrect grammar etc.

We both grew up in the same town Venlo and met in a cafe called de paternoster during Carnaval. After finishing school we started working and buying a house and after a lot of practice, we decided to do it with a reason mow and have some kids. Didi realized after a month that working for a boss wasn’t really his thing so he started his own it company which grew to a nice and healthy company in 15 year time. So we had everything we wanted but there was always the dream of exploring the world. We backpacked a few times when we were young but not with kids. We took the kids to a lot off countries but mostly for max a month.

So again we had a very nice life but there always was an unsatisfied feeling that we had to explore the world for some long time and now and not postpone it till we were old. Then suddenly everything changes!

We were 64 and growing old hahaha. No just a joke Before the sad part.

The sad part

After didi’s mother died at 48 years old in 2002 his father was diagnosed with cancer in January 2015. After spending a lot of time together he died just a year later in 2016 at 61 years old. That was the moment we really woke up and realized you only live once (in this life that is ). We had to start really living life. What happened to his father can happen to everybody every day. To postpone our dreams was not the smartest thing to do.

So, we were both 38 years old, our kids were 11, 9 and 6 and we had a company in which we worked many hours a week. We felt like continuous running in a circle and used short holidays to get some rest. Traveling has been a passion for many years and we often questioned ourselves how it would be if we just traveled, but there were always excuses because we had a company, our kids had to go to school, our family needs us, what will it cost etc.

This time was different

But because of everything that had happened this time it was different. We sat at the table and we looked at each other. We were thinking the same and there was no way we could continue the life we were living. Didi was on the border of a burnout and as a family, we needed a break so we sold everything. We started with selling our company and after that all our personal belongings and our house. Many of them are still for sale But because it took too long so we just booked tickets to Bangkok and two months later we arrived in Bangkok and our journey started. At the moment we are traveling for 7 months now and we visited Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia Moluccan islands, Nusa Lembongan,  Australia, and Bali.

And now?

We can honestly say that we have never been this happy and by starting this website we just want to help other families realize that there is more in life than running the hamster wheel and that everything is possible. And yes there will be ups and downs but in the end, there is nothing more beautiful than spending quality time with your family and teaching your kids how to enjoy life.

The next step we took is that we sold all our belongings and traded everything to bitcoin. We gave up all luxury and are living on a campsite waiting for the cryptoboom, which hopefully gives us the luxury of traveling more and spending quality time together withe kids.

We hope our website will take away your doubts about:
– kids and (no) school
– the scary world
– Cost
– meeting other cultures
– and many other excuses you have to not travel.

Love
Didi, Romaine, Joli, Juna and Jessa

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Yolo family travel explorers:

yolo family travel taihuttu
from left to right:  Didi Taihuttu || Juna Taihuttu || Jessa Taihuttu || Romaine Taihuttu Smits ||Joli Taihuttu

Didi Taihuttu 

26-05-1978 || Love beaches || Sunset addict || Football || Musiclover || CryptoCoins || Asian food || Orphan at 38 years old || IT specialist || Affiliatemarketing || Passionate Traveler || Homeschool

Romaine Taihuttu – Smits

16-05-1978 || Yoga Lover || Healthy Food || Creative || Loving  Mama || Dutch Food lover || Caring || Patient || Book addict || Dancing

Joli Taihuttu

05-06-2005 || Dancing || Traveling || Vlogging || Acro Yoga || mature || caring || explorer || limit seeker

Juna Taihuttu

23-04-2007 || Headstand pro || Patient || Rubics Cube || Caring || Sporty girl || Stubbornly || Always Happy || fish Hater ||

Jessa Taihuttu

18-05-2010 || Mogli || 24h 200% energy || Sportly || Flexible || Strong || Positively crazy ||  Agile || Sweet

Who are we ?

We are the Taihuttu family traveling around the world and enjoying life. First of all we need to warn you that we are Dutch. English isn’t our native language, so upfront sorry for the incorrect grammar etc.

We both grew up in the same town Venlo and met in a cafe calle de paternoster during carnaval. After finisching school we started working and buying a house and after a lot of practise we decided to do it with a reason mow and have some kids. Didi realized after a month that working for a boss wasn’t really his thing so he started his own it company which grew to a nice and healthy company in 15 year time. So we had everything we wanted but ther was always the dream of exploring the world. We backpacked a few times when we were young but not with kids. We took the kids to a lot off countries but mostly for max a month.

So again we had a very nice life but there alwas was a unsatisfied feeling that we had to explore the world for some longer time and now and not postpone it till we were old. Then suddenly everything change!

We were 64 and growing old hahaha. No just a joke Before the sad part.

The sad part

After didi’s mother died at 48 years old in 2002 his father was diagnosed with cancer in january 2015. After spending a lot of time together he died just a year later in 2016 at 61 years old. That was the moment we really woke up and realized you only live once (in this life that is ). We had to start really living life. What happened to his father can happen to everybody every day. To postpone our dreams was not the smartest thing to do.

So, we were both 38 years old, our kids were 11, 9 and 6 and and we had a company in which we worked many hours a week. We felt like continious running in a circle and used short hollidays to get some rest. Traveling has been a passion for many years and we often questioned ourselfs how it would be if we just traveled, but there were always excuses because we had a company, our kids had to go to school, our family needs us, what will it cost etc.

This time was different

But because of everything that had happened this time it was different. We sat at the table and we looked at eachother. We were thinking the same and there was no way we could continue the life we were living. Didi was on the border of a burnout and as a family we needed a break so we sold everything. We started with selling our company and after that all our personal belongings and our house. Many of them are still for sale But because it took too long so we just booked tickets to Bangkok and two months later we arrived in Bangkok and our journey started. At the moment we are traveling for 7 months now amd we visited Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Philipenes, Indonesia Moluccan islands, nusa lembongan,  Australia and Bali.

And now ?

We can honestly say that we have never been this happy and by starting this website we just want to help other families realize that there is more in life then running the hamsterwheel and that everything is possible. And yes there will be ups and downs but in the end there is nothing more beautifull then spending quality time as a family and teaching your kids how to enjoy life.

We hope our website will take away your doubts about:
– kids and (no) school
– the scarry world
– Cost
– meeting other cultures
– and many other excuses you have to not travel.

Love
Didi, Romaine, Joli, Juna and Jessa

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