Hawaii August 31, 2015
17 Shocking Facts About Hawaii That Could Make You Want To Move
If you’re looking to take a leap out of your comfort zone and relocate, you should look no further than the Aloha State. If you’re still debating the move because it is costly, or too far away from home, we’ve got 17 things that’ll have you on the next flight out. After all, they call Hawaii paradise for a reason.
1) Hawaii is a beach bum’s heaven – beautiful beaches surrounding you on all sides means that it’ll be a long time before you run out of new spots to check out. Plus, all the beaches are public!
2) Hawaii residents are less stressed than their friends on the mainland. They are also much happier, according to several major well-being surveys.
3) The laid-back life style might be an adjustment at first, but soon enough, you’ll learn to love the Aloha way of life.
4) You will have diversity in your restaurant options – do you want American, Korean, French or Hawaiian cuisine for dinner tonight?
5) Hawaii is absolutely breathtaking, with diverse scenery. Beaches, Mountains, and Volcanoes, oh my!
6) Did I mention the amazing sunsets?
7) What about the almost daily rainbows seen in some areas?
8) It’s hard NOT to be active in Hawaii. Forget winter days where all you want to do is stay in bed with hot chocolate, in Hawaii, you can spend all the time you want outside, getting fresh air and exercise!
9) This is considered a “chilly” winter day in Hawaii.
10) While it could be pretty far from your family and friends, everyone WILL want to visit you in paradise. Get that air mattress and leis ready now!
11) You can ditch that stuffy business attire before you move – no need for full suits, or high heels here.
12) There are no snakes in the Hawaiian Islands – score!
13) You will be exposed to a culture completely different than your own.
14) Living in Hawaii sometimes feels as though you are in another country – but you still maintain the rights, freedoms, and privileges that come with being an American citizen.
15) Yes, Hawaii is expensive, but guess what? Most of your entertainment is free. Think hiking, beach trips, snorkeling, camping, etc.
16) There’s a city or island perfect for anyone – love the big city? Consider the state capitol, Honolulu. Would rather be in a small surfing mecca? Try Paia.
17) I doubt where you are currently living could ever compare to Hawaii. Come on, just look at that view!
We’d love to hear from you – if you have recently moved to our glorious state, what facts helped you make your decision?