I try to reply to emails which can be helpful to others and that haven't been asked before. Here's a good one about a mom wondering about a move to Hawaii and I've interspersed the comments with my responses. Keep in mind that everyone's situation is different. I have not been in this exact situation
I received 2 job-related emails today and this one from Carolyn was the other one: Hi! I just recently came across a full-time job opportunity in Maui. We were recently discussing financial compensation. They are looking at paying an hourly wage of $30 to low 30's. It would just be me - no pets, and I
This email message came in today from Camille: Hello, I am looking to move to Hawaii with my mother in the future after my studies (to be a psychologist/animal behaviourist/Psychotherapist) from the UK, but I don't know how I am going to go about it. what kind of visa to get to be permanent? are
12 Reasons You May NOT Want to Move to Hawaii 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
Some things to think about when moving to Hawaii: Do I have everything I need? What should I leave behind? How could I get grandma over there? Should I send our car? I'd Take These Things to Hawaii MY FAMILY Of course I would. But, this is a little more complicated than you might think.
A move to Hawaii will change you in a deep and meaningful way. It's the most awesome place there is to live, for me. I've been here most of my life, since the mid '80s. Vern Lovic stayed for five years on Oahu and just over a year on the island of Maui, Hawaii. Hawaii
This was an email that just came in from Amy. She wants to fly her Great Dane dog to Hawaii and isn't confident about shipping it in a large jet airliner's cargo compartment (and who is?). She came up with a work-around that involves finding a few other pet owners to share a private charter
Is it possible for a single mom - or dad with two children to move to Hawaii from the mainland USA to be a teacher in the Hawaii school system? I received a comment today from a woman that wants to move to Hawaii and teach school. She's the single mom of two children and
I just received a question through our contact form from a girl who is graduating from high school and she wants to go to Hawaii for a year just to have the experience. I wish more young people would do this! But, that isn't saying I recommend everyone should do it. Here's her note: "Dear
Why Should You Move to the Hawaiian Islands?? Here Are 50 Amazing Reasons to Move to Hawaii! 1. Completely Change Your Life! You're still in the USA, so normal creature comforts that you are accustomed to still exist. But the opportunity to radically change your life and breathe new air so to speak, is right
A woman just wrote me this morning to tell me she has a guaranteed job in Hawaii working alongside two co-workers she knew back on the mainland. I just woke up, but I thought I'd hurry up and talk her back into the move before she backed out!