How to live in hawaii on a budget

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Rent a car (if you can afford one)

Renting a car is one of the best ways to get around Hawaii. Renting a car is especially useful if you’re on vacation or traveling for work. You can go grocery shopping, pick up lunch at your favorite local restaurant, and go on adventures like snorkel trips or beach days.

If you’re not sure how much money it will take to rent a car in Hawaii, look at what other travelers are charging—and don’t forget about fuel costs! Most companies charge $10-$20/day for gasoline.

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buy your food fresh(Locally if possible)

Buying your food fresh is one of the best ways to save money. It’s not always easy, but it is worth it!

Rent out your house/apartment

Renting out your house or apartment is a great way to make money, especially if you are okay with the responsibility of looking after it.

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You could rent out your house or apartment to someone who appreciates it and takes good care of it. Or they’ll pay you for the privilege of living in paradise!

Get a part-time job on the side of your home business.

If you want to live in Hawaii, the best way is to get a part-time job on the side of your home business.

This is how I did it: I started working at Starbucks, which was my first job out of college and still my favorite place to work. It’s so fun because everyone there makes each other laugh! You can also see all kinds of cool things happening in Honolulu while you work: people walking their dogs, kids playing soccer outside or basketball inside (which is just as fun), surfers catching waves…the list goes on!

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Another good idea would be to work for companies that are doing good things for society, such as nonprofits or environmental organizations like Clean Water Action or Audubon Hawaii (these organizations help protect our oceans). Or start your nonprofit organization? This can be done through 501(c)3 status, which will allow donations from individuals but not corporations unless they contribute over specific amounts per year – this means no more tax dollars being taken away from these causes by lobbyists trying desperately not to feel guilty about taking them away from us anyway

Figure out what’s important to you and have a go at living without it.

To live in Hawaii on a budget, you must figure out what’s important. If it’s an expensive car or luxury item, find another way to get what you want without spending all your money.

For example:

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Nuke all the bad food in your freezer and fridge.

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