Thursday, February 4, 2016

Love Hawaii? Check out one of our HI-50 design series with the Hawaiian Islands. A simple, recognizable logo that represents your love for Hawaii (HI) the 50th (50) state. You can be part of the islands as a Local Salt of the sea that surrounds them. This tee is available in a variety of dark color t-shirts and style for both men and women. Click here to shop for this t-shirt.

Monday, January 25, 2016

Monday morning blues? I wonder if this is real or fake? If it's real, I feel sorry for the guy. That would have been his last selfie.

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Attention divers! Join our dive team on Oahu and get this t-shirt! We meet in Hanauma Bay @ midnight 7 days a week. Bring your Hawaiian sling (spear), nets and buckets. LOL! Hanauma Bay is a nature preserve park for those who may not know the area. In other words, the Black Market Sushi Dive Team is purely bogus. However, the t-shirt would be fun to wear at your next neighborhood party or favorite waterhole where you can share your spearfishing stories.

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Our t-shirt today represents the islands connection as one ohana. Ohana means family and extended families whether related by blood, adopted or intentional. Mau loa means forever. The honu (turtle) is also our connection as they migrate from island to island so that we may enjoy their beauty and solitude.

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

This is one of many local favorite dishes in Hawaii called the "Loco Moco." It's basically a hamburger patty and two fried eggs over rice and lots of brown gravy. Simple, but ono (delicious). Sometimes I get a side of macaroni salad to go with it. Brah, that's a lot of carbs for the day. 

Monday, January 4, 2016

Is your goal this year to take a relaxing and stress free vacation in the tropics?  Do have the money and / or time? Most of us fail to accomplish the goals we set because we don’t have any accountability in place. Set and accomplish YOUR #1 goal in 100 days with TheFreedomJournal‬: your new accountability partner!

Thursday, December 31, 2015

A big aloha, ohana! Have a great and prosperous
2016 New Year!

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