Best things to do in Maui

best things to do in Maui

7 Best things to do in Maui

The second largest of the Hawaiian islands, Maui is a popular destination for tourists of all ages. Maui offers a unique view of several other islands. From Maui, you can see Kaho’olawe, Molokai, Lanai, and the Big Island of Hawaii!
With 10000+ saves on Pinterest, my “Best things to do on the Big Island” pin has been my most popular on Pinterest so far. Of course I had to follow up with the best things to do in Maui. Also known as the “Valley Isle” Maui is one of the most beautiful places that you can visit. From snorkeling, to mountain sunrises, to beautiful waterfalls, there is so much to explore on this amazing island. My husband and I recently spent some time island hopping and stayed on Maui for a few days. These 7 things were just a few of our favorites.
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Travel Essentials for Summer

travel essentials for summer

Travel Essentials for Summer

Travel is a big part of summer, and it’s a big part of my blog! Some of my travel posts are doing quite well on Pinterest right now, and I’d like share some more tips with you. Today I am going to be talking about travel essentials. When it comes to travel, I try to stick to a minimalist packing list. I don’t like carrying a lot of stuff with me.

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Baiji Water Bottle Review

Baiji water bottle review

Last April, I bought two Baiji Water Bottles on Amazon for our trip to Hawaii. I had the intention of writing a review on the water bottles but it got put on the back burner. Well, after 6 months of not writing a review, here it is!

I took one of these water bottles to the gym the other day and realized that I needed to do a review. All opinions are my own, I bought the Baiji water bottles on Amazon for full price.

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How to save for a vacation | Prioritizing to make travel a reality

How to save for a vacation

My family gets a lot of comments about our travel habits. Most of them are positive, but a few are more along the lines of “I can’t believe you got to go to Hawaii” or “I wish I had the money to blow on vacations like you do” We don’t travel as frequently as some (I wish!) but we are still asked how we are able to afford to do the traveling that we do. The answer is surprisingly simple. Priorities.

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