Weekend Vibes: Honolulu Night Market

I have been to the Honolulu Night Market more times than I can count and it just never gets old. For me, these events encompass so much of what I love about local life here in Hawaii. Community, good vibes, island style and of course delicious grinds. It’s a great mix of food, shopping, art and entertainment. It starts at 6PM and runs until 10PM on typically one Saturday a month in the Kakaako neighborhood of […]

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The Mom Made Market Hawaii

On Saturday I decided to check out The Mom Made Market which was being hosted at the Convention Center in Honolulu. I was able to score some tickets through Yelp (yay!) so my friend and I decided to meet up around 11AM. This is totally the kind of event I am into. Supporting local artists that are either moms or cater to moms, I’m all about it! The place was already buzzing as we entered the massive […]

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Inspiration: Honeycomb

While on my way into town this weekend, I came to a stop in front of the 1960’s IBM building. I’ve always loved the architecture of this building. It’s so different from anything around it and I was so happy when they decided not to tear it down in favor of the development surrounding it. Built in the 1960s by architect Vladimir Ossipoff, this iconic building has certainly stood the test of time. I am so […]

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Haleiwa Sail

Ditch the crowded, Waikiki catamarans and check out this North Shore option. Laid-back, no frills, and BYOB. Pure relaxation with friendly locals. I was able to get a deal, pretty much 2 for 1 on LivingSocial. The first sail we booked was cancelled but we were easily able to rebook. (Not too much of an issue for us because we live here.) We were able to rebook for the following weekend. The launch area was pretty […]

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