If you're going to live in Hawaii, or should I say “the melting pot,” is a unique place filled with several different cultures, languages and ethnicities and you need to know about adjusting to Hawaii culture if you're going to survive. Hawaii is one of the few states where although you may be a resident
Sophie from Oregon writes: Hello! My name is Sophie, and I am 19 years old. I am a nursing student in Eugene, Oregon, and I have been dreaming of moving to Hawaii and becoming a nurse (and professional surfer, in my dreams) ever since I was 13 years old. I am an adventurer to the
The Best Way in Finding a Job in Hawaii 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
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
A note from a visitor to AimforAwesome - and my reply. Hope it helps you decide what to do too! Hi Vern, I really loved your articles about Hawaii. There were so many articles available, I plan to visit your site throughout this year till I move to Hawaii. For me, It's not about whether
There is a new post, "50 Reasons to Move to Hawaii" that should give some of you some more ammunition with your family, friends, and selves - to convince you to make the move in 2019 or 2020. If you can come up with some more good reasons, let me know!
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
I just received an interesting note from a man living in the Philippines with his Japanese wife. They are considering moving to Hawaii. Here's the note: * * * I'm a 50 yr old UK citizen currently living in the Philippines. My dream has always been to live in Hawaii since watching Hawaii 5-0 as
Image Copyright CyberCom, Inc. Waimea Canyon on the island of Kauai, is sometimes referred to as the Little Grand Canyon of the Pacific. ©2014 Vern Lovic.Here is a note I received today from a married couple that is considering a move to one of the Hawaiian Islands in the near future. I think
I received this email a couple of days ago from a guy I'll call "Charles" to preserve anonymity. Charles is thinking about buying a business that seems to already be established and successful. I'll respond to his email below in italics.Hello (not sure you said your name on the videos). Just call me Peter. I
I got this email the other day and I haven't had time to respond yet. Here it is below, and my response. I keep it all anonymous. If you see your email here and want your name and contact information associated with it - just let me know and I'll add it to the article.