I posted about moving to Hawaii a couple times because it’s something that many people all over the world have thought about doing. I was lucky enough to have been sent there in the Air Force and everything was all taken care of for me. Then when I moved back the second time I shipped two cars and well, it was a lot more involved than the first time.
I wanted to share a bit of what I learned about moving to Hawaii so readers could evaluate for themselves whether it’s something they think they could do – or not.
Since joining Twitter I’ve been in contact with some great people living in Hawaii and I’ve even found people there that I lost contact with through email and other means. Twitter is a great way to connect with people in Hawaii before you move there – so you can ask them a lot of questions you’re having about the move. Keep in mind, some locals are not that enthused about you bringing yourself to Hawaii to live – Oahu is seen as a bit crowded with a million people there already. The other islands are not so crowded and the locals there would like to keep them that way.
That said, it’s still your right to move to Hawaii if you want – like anywhere in the USA.
So, join Twitter and do some searches on “Hawaii” and “Hawaiian” and find people that live there. Tell them you’re considering moving to Hawaii and see what kind of advice you get – pro and con. There are lots of pros and cons about living in Hawaii and I’ve written about those here too.
Again, if you have any questions of me about living in Hawaii feel free to ask them in the comments section. Read the comments of other readers at those two posts I linked to and there’s a lot of good information there too.
Learn more about Moving to, Living in, and Working in Hawaii:
- Hawaii home business opportunities?
- Moving to Hawaii and Finding a Job
- Hawaii Home Business Startups
- Move to Hawaii to Teach?
- Moving to Hawaii? Use Twitter.
- Living in Hawaii – Hawaiian Style
- Want to Change Your Life? Move to Hawaii!
(Boy surfing in Hawaii photo: CC license from Randy Son of Robert at Flickr)