Category: Lifestyle

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eye on kauai

Daniel Lane has an eye for the unique, the beautiful, the cute and even the quirky side of life on the Garden Isle. This is just a small sampling of his photographic work.

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What is your favorite way to eat kalo?

Joshua Fukino KCC Academic Support, Kapaa “Pa‘i‘ai. Definitely pa‘i‘ai.”           Stacy Sproat-Beck Waipa Director, Kilauea “You should ask an easier question! There are so many, but the first thing that comes to mind is poi.”           Robin Torquati Gardener, Moloaa “Shredded taro hash browns mixed with scrambled […]

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If The Shoe Fits

Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone, but at least one purchase I made continues to haunt me. I’m not a big fan of those shopping days, and I am usually a bystander rather than a participant. For my wife and 17-year-old daughter, those days are like the best dessert you could ever […]

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Conflicting Views On Birth Of Jesus

Jesus is not the reason for the season. If anything, it’s just the opposite. The same holds true with the other religious holidays celebrated in December. No one knows what time of the year Jesus was born. A Jewish tradition states that the messiah would be born on the ninth day of the Hebrew month […]

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You Can Create Your Own Reality

Remember, you are the creator of your own reality. Because of this, it’s important to pay close attention to how and what you are creating. Did you know that everything you say to yourself, internally or externally, good or bad, true or false, gets imprinted on your conscious and subconscious mind, and becomes part of […]

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It Wasn’t Your Typical Test Drive

I went for a test drive today. Why in the world would I pull a stunt like that when I’m not even in the market to buy a new car? Let’s just say that I was already across the lot with shimmering garlands, and a particular vehicle called to me. After a quick once-over of […]

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All Tied Up

My wife and I get invited to a great many events, thanks to the generosity of friends and work acquaintances. We try to attend as many of these as we can, as oftentimes I represent our company and our publications. For the most part it’s fun, as we spend time with some great people and […]

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Mommy’s In Prison On Christmas

When Mommy’s in prison, Christmas is one of the saddest days of the year. Whatever you think about the women and how they got there, the children are innocent. They deserve Christmas. And for their mothers, getting to celebrate Christmas with their children can be a powerful incentive to do better. Paulette Vernay is the […]

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Expand Your Thinking

I invite you to expand your thinking beyond what you perceive is possible for your life. No matter how complex and challenging your life is or how unique your situation, there is a way to move through it, and the reality that you have created for yourself has to change in order for you to […]

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Longest Route To The Gas Station

I once ran out of gas in a busy, dark, narrow, one-way underpass in the middle of a U.S. metropolis on the way to daycare and work. That was eons ago, but what still stands out is the image of the cop scratching his head and muttering as he drove my toddler son and me […]