March 2nd 2011 I moved to Maui. When I bought my one way plane ticket in January, I had $500 in the bank, less the cost of my ticket. When I made a firm decision to go, the forces of the universe conspired to get me there. It was an amazing 10 month journey. Last month, I left Maui, at least for now, to pursue better job opportunities on the mainland and be closer to my family. I am so glad I took the chance :-)
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ah, sounds adventurous! where on maui did you live? what did you get to see while you were there? what was your favorite part?
I lived in Pukalani then Wailuku then stayed with friends in Kula them went to Kauai for six weeks to check out another island. I came back to Maui and did a work trade for a photographer in Haiku. I never found a job but it was great. And hard. But great to live somewhere so beautiful and meet so many kind people. I had my car there so I saw the whole island. It’s all beautiful. I loved living in Haiku because there’s a great yoga studio + yoga community, great vegan restaurants, and a cool hippie, spiritual community.