My Writing – Print & Digital
I write. I rant. I research and profile. I investigate. And I write essays.
On the Job with a Lei-Maker
Fodor’s Oahu (2016 update – forthcoming)
Where to Eat / Where to Stay
One Man’s Quest to Rid Teachers of Unconscious Bias
Stereotypes about students get in the way of learning. Can a training program change that?
Love This Boat: Pride of America is the perfect Hawaii Staycation, (Mar/Apr 2016)
Old Tree, New Bling: Waikiki’s New International Marketplace
Great Groceries: Foodland Farms Goes Big at Ala Moana
Inside Job (Hawaii Correctional Industries Christmas Fair)
Leasehold Properties: A Deal or a Drain?
Small Business People of the Year
Divorce is Big Business
Actors Make Good Medicine
Hawaii’s 529 Plan:Does it Make the Grade?
Kakaako’s Affordable Housing – Is It?
Honolulu’s IBM Building: Ahead of it’s Time
Size Matters Yes, Locals Live in Kakaako
Still Cruise’n Shearwater Protection Extends Out to Sea
The Careerist (Aug 2016): Kids at Work, What to Wear, and Unlimited Vacation
A Royal Mum and a Royal Baby and All the World to See
Say It Ain’t So! HCDA Says NO to Affordable Rentals
Homelessness is Complicated. But We Can Do Better
Show Stopper Road Scholars
Prime Time Artist Boho Chic
Twist of Fate
Canine Comforts Children
Point of View: An Artist’s Life
Point of View: Geoff Lee – Making a living doing what he loves
Kailua and Lanikai Paddling: A Family Rivalry
Boys & Girls Club: Public Private Partnership Pays Off (pg 58)
The Big Dig (pg 22)
The Windward Choral Society
Hit Upside the Head
Friendship and a Bottle of Mirto
The Detour Path
Jerry Santos, Henry Kapono, and the Sounds of Aloha: Hawaiian Music (pg 38)
A Classroom In Disguise (pg 23)
Good Neighbor Policy (pg 27)
Dolphin Lagoon (pg 23)
I Don’t Get It
Cancer & Casseroles: How to Really Be There When a Friend Has Cancer
Uncle Ted and Billy
Learning Happens When You Least Expect It.
Travel Books, Education, and Changing Your Mind.
Seven Lessons I Learned Homeschooling
Hillary’s Stumble — A Warrior’s Cry
Making American Great Again — Then and Now
Looking Back for Inspiration
Guest Posts Here & There
Perseverance, Writing & Middle Age
Ditch Your Stuff: Ten Reasons to Travel Light
Domestic Violence Can Happen to Anyone
Our roadschool and education adventures are captured on my FamilyVagabonding blog.
A book project currently in production, Advice to My Thirteen Year Old Self: 50 Letters of Advice by 50 Powerful Women for Girls Around the World.
My feature stories and profile pieces have appeared in in-house hospitality magazines for hotels and resorts around Hawaii.
My work has also appeared in brilliant but unfortunately now defunct outlets like The Traveler’s Library, Travelati, and a host of newsletters and web sites. (I stand firm that the quality of my work and their now defunct status are in no way related.)
Want more info? I look forward to hearing from you.