Hard work pays off and this time it resulted in being recognized as one of the top 50 Hawaii blogs. This would simply not have been possible without our local girl Aina and this site's original founder Vern Lovic. You've inspired us to think out of the box and we're working hard to deliver. Mahalo
About Peter Kay
I’ve lived Hawaii since the mid ‘80s when I moved here at the age of 21. I arrived site-unseen in Honolulu with zero contacts and about $5k in savings. I worked from nearly zero and today Hawaii has given me the greatest gifts in the world in all aspects: spiritually, financially, romantically (married since early ‘90s w/ 2 children), and most important, peace. My goal with this site is to share the magic of this Land of Aloha and help others who are on a similar quest.
One thing is for sure, living in Hawaii means living the culture in Hawaii and the sooner you embrace it, the better life will be for you for several reasons. First, it's really great! Second, if you don't, life here is going to suck. So might as well get into it. Our local girl Aina
What would you tell someone thinking about moving to Hawaii? I recently sent out an email to my subscribers (make sure you get on the list!) about an online community I'm creating to help people live in Hawaii. To my delight many of them replied that they had already moved to Hawaii. To them and
Hawaii's beauty is incredibly deceptive. We typically don't associate beauty with danger. Unfortunately, many people unnecessarily die in Hawaii every year due to drownings and other injuries in the ocean. Don't make the mistake to assume breathtaking beauty is also safe. It's not. Our local girl Aina wrote up the 5 things she thinks about
We know you love Hawaii for probably the obvious reason (beach, beauty, warmth) so we thought we'd give you five lesser-known reasons why you (and we) love Hawaii! Read: "Five things to love about Hawaii" now
There are many things you will need to give up if you move to Hawaii and there are other things you just simply won't need. Here we talk about 5 of those that you won't need, some obvious and others not-so-obvious. Read: "Five things you won’t need after moving to Hawaii" now