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Mar 1st


3 Upcoming Hawaii Events You Won’t Want To Miss!

1. Mark your calendars! Oahu has a lot more to offer than just beautiful beaches and hikes. Embrace the pacific culture and help celebrate the 24th annual Honolulu Festival March 9-11 2018. Find more info at 2.EVERYONE loves FREE right? Saturday April 28th 9am-3pm the Ellison Onizuka Day of Exploration will be at the Blaisdell. The best part is that

Feb 8th


How to get over the flu in 3 simple steps

We all know Flu season is the most dreaded season of the year, if you start to feel any flu symptoms its best to tackle them early on. Here’s 3 simple steps you need to take to get over the flu…   1.STAY HOME! its extremely important to stay home and get some much needed rest. Your body needs the

Jan 25th


Hiking in Hawaii: Top 3 Oahu Hikes for Moderate Hikers

Oahu is not only known for its beautiful beaches but also some pretty amazing hikes and you don’t have to be an expert to enjoy the views. Here is a list of 5 hikes that are doable for novice hikers. Please remember to take only memories and leave only foot prints. 1.  Lulumahu Falls This waterfall hike is one of

Jan 7th


Spam Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

If you live in Hawaii then you KNOW Spam, its such a staple here that there are actually people who are stealing cans from our local stores because they are so obsessed or are probably apart of some Spam black market. The mainlanders are probably laughing at us right now without knowing we hold an annual “Spam Jam” festival in Waikiki because

Jan 5th


5 Tips on Saving Money At The Grocery Store

Let’s face it, we all try to penny pinch where we can, especially living in Hawaii. Here are 5 tips on saving money at the grocery store. Tip 1 – Meal Plan- This might seem like mundane advice however it’s efficient and can help you avoid overspending on groceries that go bad before you get to use them (you’re probably thinking about

Dec 1st


New Blog!

Aloha! We are introducing a blog for the Hawaii Savings Club. It will include savings, tips and other helpful information for our Ohana. Stay tuned for our next post!