If it isn’t obvious already, the weather in Hawaii really is gorgeous. Because of our position near the equator, the average temperature bounces between 75 and 80 year-round. Summer times are moderate when compared to desert environments. This post has been moved to this page.
A detailed breakdown and YouTube video for each month. This post has been moved to this page.
I’m going to share my secrets on what I believe is the best way in finding a job in Hawaii. By far the most common kind of email we get is “I’m a professional <something> and want to live in Hawaii. How can I find a job doing what I’ve been trained for?” This page
One of the hottest topics on people’s minds that visit this website is – “How can I find a job in Hawaii?” Most people considering a move to the islands will also have to work at least part-time, and they don’t even know where to start. Start here. This won’t be the perfect scenario for everyone, but,
Here's where we try to talk you out of paradise by telling you some major reasons you should not move to Hawaii. Typically, nearly everything we write about the islands is through a positive lens - we talk about the amazing, the awesome, the glowing aspects of living life in the Hawaiian Islands. This article
Sun exposure in Hawaii is not a joke. Visitors to the islands suffer from painful sunburns on the first day of their vacation and it can make the rest of the week unpleasant. Sunscreen is important! This post has been moved to this page.
We’ve partnered with ZipRecruiter to give you up-to-date access to job openings. If you don’t live in Hawaii but want to work here, I would mega-strongly suggest you review the Ten Steps to Finding a Job in Hawaii as it will make all the difference between soaring success and massive flame-out failure. This page has moved
Typically there is a light rain over the West Maui Mountains in Lahaina.Picture the ultimate weather… mostly sunny, not too hot. Gentle breezes blowing. Never too cold. Cool nights. Some rain, but not usually too much. This post has been moved to this page.
"Sandy Beach on Oahu's Southeast shore is the Most Dangerous Beach in Hawaii!" This article has been moved to this page.
Hawaii doesn't have any venomous snakes, but they do have some biting and stinging bugs, some of which you are likely to encounter (fire ants, centipedes) and some you likely won't see, like scorpions. This post has been moved to this page.
Most people considering a move to the islands will also have to work at least part-time, and they don't even know where to start. Start here. This won't be the perfect scenario for everyone, but, it will give you a starting point. A job-search starting point is what you need! This post has been moved
This article is about how much money is enough to move to and live in Hawaii, updated for 2021. Could a single person make it by bringing $3,000 in a bank account? If you arrived in Hawaii and made $20,000 per year with your job, could you live like that?In general things cost a lot