The holiday season is upon us and you may be wondering how to help those in need. I wanted to share information about two organizations doing great things in our communities. The first organization, the Salvation Army, is hosting their 48th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall on November 22. Did you know they feed
Aloha everyone! This week I wanted to talk about a couple of my favorite Hawaiian food recipes. The two recipes I’m featuring this week have quickly become staples in my household for very important reasons. First, I have most of the ingredients needed to make these two dishes which makes them an inexpensive meal for my family. Second, depending on how
Aloha everyone! It’s that time of year – the time of year we say goodbye to the carefree days of summer and begin preparing for the upcoming school year. I like to prioritize my back to school to-do list because if I’m being honest, I probably won’t get everything done before the school year starts. It generally takes me a
Aloha everyone! If you came out to celebrate the 4th of July with us on Schofield Barracks and you visited our booth, then you can attest to just how many boxes of inventory we had under our tables. My initial thought was that there was no way we were going to go through all those boxes but I was so wrong!
Hey there! Hawaii Savings Club helped Sponsor the 4th of July on Schofield Barracks and I, along with three other amazing gals, had a blast working the event! We had two tables setup with spectacular giveaways, iPads available where people were able to enter this month’s amazing Back to School $500 Sweepstakes, and a Spin the Wheel with fabulous prizes!
Aloha! Hope everyone is having a great start to their summer! I’m currently soaking up some much needed family time back home in Texas, and although I’m loving seeing all my family and friends, I’m definitely missing Hawaii. We’ll only be here for a couple more weeks so I’m already on the lookout for things to do once we get