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Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā

sponsored by Secrets Hawai‘i Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā ~Thought of the day #Positive words for reflection in the language of Hawai’i #Aloha #Maui #Hawaii

Island Air Aloha & Passwords

I have a tumultuous relationship with my mother and her passwords. I have been a computer teacher’s assistant many times and pride myself on being a patient and friendly teacher but I admit I have lost my patience with my own mother. I usually try to laugh it off but there was this one-day that […]

Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā

sponsored by Secrets Hawai‘i Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā ~Thought of the day #Positive words for reflection in the language of Hawai’i #Aloha #Maui #Hawaii

Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā

sponsored by Secrets Hawai‘i Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā ~Thought of the day #Positive words for reflection in the language of Hawai’i #Aloha #Maui #Hawaii

Ka Mana‘o o ka Lā

sponsored by Secrets Hawai‘i Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā ~ Thought of the day #Positive words for reflection in the language of Hawai’i #Aloha #Maui #Hawaii

Ka Mana‘o o ka Lā

sponsored by Secrets Hawai‘i Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā ~Thought of the day #Positive words for reflection in the language of Hawai’i #Aloha #Maui #Hawaii

Ka Mana‘o o ka Lā

sponsored by Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā ~Thought of the day #Positive words for reflection in the language of Hawai’i #Aloha #Maui #Hawaii

Raising Maui Girl Power Gets Good

Personal Reflections of Raising Maui Women Its a quiet feat to bottle your nervousness about raising a young woman in times like this. Itʻs there, the nervousness exists. As a mother of girls you are constantly saying things of reassurance that you donʻt terribly believe as you say them. You encourage and reiterate statements of […]

Venison vs. Vegans

While Hawai‘i has its fair share of agriculture problems, this one has an awkward ring, vegan bullies. When Maui’s The Farmacy Health Bar began selling venison burgers a non-customer authoritatively spoke to dining customers telling them they shouldn’t be eating venison burgers. The young waitresses interpreted him suggesting it wasn’t healthy for them. Comments on […]

Finding the Empowered Farmer

Na Moku Aupuni o Ko‘olau Hui – The long road to water The first water meeting I went to was 32 years ago. My high school boyfriend asked me to go with his grandfather, the legendary, James Keolaokalani Hueu Jr. Back then the little Ke‘anae School cafeteria meetings were standing room only, spilling out on […]

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