Rebooting A Maui Blog – Maui Local Likes To Talk Story Once Again

Best Maui Beach

Have you noticed it’s been almost a month since my last post. And that was not even a valid post because I just posted aย poster about Mauiย ย to make myself better about posting a new content and let you know I am still alive ๐Ÿ™‚ . In reality it’s been a couple of months since I am MIA (missing in action).

So today, let’s reboot this blog! Enough of me trying to come up with a post worthy of being published on a reputable travel magazine. That wasn’t really the intent of this blog. Now back to talking story, the way it should be.

Time for me to just post about the everyday happenings in my life. For example, our walks at Keawakapu with the best Italian Dog on Maui, our @SonnyIggy.

Italian Greyhound on Maui

 

Another example is our trip to the Ululani Shave Ice place in Kihei as a family. That was fun and so local. The shave ice were so ono, truly the best shave ice on Maui!

Best Shave Ice on Maui

 

And the other day, I went gaga taking photos of this Pink Hibiscus plant in front of NAPA auto parts store in Kihei. The plant was blooming with vivacious pretty pink flowers, it got me so excited! By the way, I should mention here that they buy at NAPA store was super helpful to me. I bought an automatic transmission fluid for my squeaky Maui Cruizer and the guy even helped me pour it in the place where it should be poured. He didn’t have to buy he went to help me anyway! That’s Maui local style ๐Ÿ™‚

Pink Hibiscus on Maui

 

Oh I am so excited I got this post done. Ready, set, post! Looking forward to your comments and I am planning on replying too. Let’s get re-connected shall we? ๐Ÿ™‚

8 thoughts on “Rebooting A Maui Blog – Maui Local Likes To Talk Story Once Again”

  1. You’re inspiring me! I need to get back to posting too. Too much over-thinking! Welcome back! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Glad to see you back at it Liza! ๐Ÿ™‚ I always love reading your posts!

  3. Totally understandable – given all that you do, how much you keep up your Facebook, Twitter and other Social Media sites up to date, have a family, not to mention work… AND April was crazy on Maui – all those festivals and events from Ag Fest to Haiku Ho’olaulea, Hana Taro Festival and tons of things – not that May is that much quieter, but still… I hear ya!

    Also, the tricky part is wanting to write the “perfect post” as you said worthy of a “travel magazine.” Writing a in depth post like that can be time-consuming, which many don’t realize…

    1. Hi Courteny,

      Being a blogger yourself you do know how time consuming crafting an in-depth post is. I plan to still have some of those comprehensive posts every now and then but for the most part I decided to just have fun and talk story about my days. I think that will make it easier for me to upload a post regularly and I think most of my readers enjoy the talk story kind of post anyway so it’s all good.

      And yes, Maui is busy with a lot of activities. I thought it’s slow down but weekend is even busier that last weekend! ha!

      Enjoy your day. Alway nice hearing from you!

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