• DIY Surfboard Bags using Burlap Sacs

    These DIY Surfboard bags are so easy to make and are perfect keeping the sun off your board. They also prevent wax from melting everywhere. This article may contain affiliate links. I started making them in 2014 and would sell them at the monthly Board Swap in Hanalei or on Etsy. I got my first sewing machine in middle school and would always try to create my own swimsuits and dresses. One summer, while visiting my cousins in Washington, I picked up some old coffee bean bags from an antique store. At the time I didn’t know what I would make with them, but the logos on the burlap were…

  • Living in Hawai’i | Exploring Kauai & O’ahu

    Videos from the past few years of living in Hawai’i on O’ahu & Kauai + island hopping to Big Island Favorite memories from living in hawai’i. I grew up going back and forth between Kauai and Southern California. I moved to O’ahu when I was 18 and attended the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. For more video content, check out Summertime in Kauai or my Resin Art Tutorial

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    Alan Davis ~ Best Beaches on Oahu

    Alan Davis is one of my favorite beaches on Oahu. It’s so easy to get to, it’s never crowded, and the water is crystal clear. It’s nice to have a break from waves and it’s a great place to go if you’re wanting to swim in deep water and not really have to worry about shore break. To get there, you park in the same parking lot as you would for the lighthouse trail, but instead of taking the paved road up to the left, you go down on the gravel to the right. It is a pretty easy to follow path and will take you to some bushes where…

  • Summertime in Kauai

    Favorite memories from summertime in Kauai Living on Kauai during the summer months is so great! Summertime in Kauai is my Favorite time of year. The fishing is amazing and there are some fun little waves on the North Shore and bigger swells on the south side. For more Hawaii Videos, check out my favorite memories from living on O’ahu while attending the University of Hawaii at Mānoa.