5 Good Reasons to Actually Do It and Move to Hawaii
Hawaii is the third most popular place to move to, no matter if you’re from America or overseas.
The takeaway? If you’ve thought seriously about moving to Hawaii, you’re not alone – and your dream is totally doable.
Here, we’re outlining the top 5 reasons you should actually go for it.
1. You’ll Meet Tons Of New People – From All Over
With over 700,000 visitors each month, Hawaii is already a popular tourist destination. Maybe you loved your last trip so much, that you’re ready to make Hawaii your new home!
While the local color is more than amazing, Hawaii also gives you access to the international tourist set. You’ll have the chance to meet new people from across the globe, forming both business connections and genuine friendships.
Maybe you’ll even have a romantic rendezvous with a recent divorcee? Hey, anything can happen in Hawaii!
2. Simplify Your Life
Especially if you’re living in a bigger, more urban city, the stress of daily life, keeping up appearances, and dealing with public transportation can really take its toll.
Moving to Hawaii gives you the chance to take stock of your life. Evaluate the people, things, and even settings you really need to be happy. Moving at a slower, more simplified pace can help you rediscover lost passions – and yourself.
3. Move To A Place Where The Golden Rule Actually Exists
Life in Hawaii is highly local – everyone knows each other or is connected in some way.
As a result, the people are just friendlier. Hawaii helps you to combine the hospitality and friendliness of a small town with a dream tropical climate.
Even the food is local, so you’ll be able to eat healthier, as well!
4. Switch Up Your Career
A change of scenery isn’t the only reason to move to Hawaii. Sure, tourism is a huge industry in the state, but it’s also home to tons of scientific research centers, environmental technology startups and foundations, and even government affairs.
Isn’t now the time to try that career change you’ve been thinking about?
5. Every Day Is A Beach Day
Obviously, the laid back, surf and sun culture is a huge reason people move to Hawaii. But especially if you’re from a drearier, colder city, the tropical temperatures will be a dream come true.
Plus, good weather can actually help to boost your mental health. So, if you’re in a creative or personal rut, soaking up the sun can also help to give you positive vibes. Get the inspiration you need from the sandy shores.
And if you’re really missing the winter weather, you can always rent your place out on Airbnb during tourist season to make serious bank while you hit the ski slopes.
So…When Are You Calling The Moving Company?
By now, you’re convinced that your move to Hawaii is closer than ever. What else are you waiting for?
Call up a moving van, start stocking up on beachwear, and leave the city life behind! To locate the best real estate in Hawaii, check out Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Hawaii for more details.
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