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Tell Us What You Think!

Women Who Live on Rocks recently celebrated its 6 year Rockiversary. It's been a couple of years since we conducted a reader survey, so I thought now would be the perfect time to find out what YOU think about where we're at and what direction we should take moving...

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Island Reads: A Trip to the Beach

Have you ever thought about opening up a restaurant on an island? Today's featured book, set on the island of Anguilla, is about two island newbies following that dream and sharing all of their highs and lows in between.     Note: Some of the links in this...

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Vehicular Devolution on the Rocks

If one were to graph the devolution of my island vehicles there would be a 0% correlation with financial health and a 100% correlation to the amount of years spent living on rocks.   Hawaii: I call my time in Hawaii The Lexus Years. Champagne colored (to match my...

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Island Fur Mommas Are Moms Too

I may not be suffering from the baby blues but for you moms out there, spare a thought for the dog rescuers who can’t bear to see another Fijian dog on the streets. I anticipate that I will be rescuing many a fur friend in life on this rock, but if I didn’t where would this exciting content come from? 

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Living with Small Kids on a Small Rock

I think it was about three years ago that me and my husband were sitting at the then newly opened Bizzy Bee bakery on a Saturday morning in Windwardside, Saba. People were waving, cars were honking, and the smells of coffee and freshly baked bread were in the air and...

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You Know You’re From Hawai’i If…

You say slippers, not flip-flops. You’re cold when the weather drops below 70 degrees... But even when it gets cold, you still wear shorts and slippers – you just add a sweatshirt. You think a 20-minute drive is a long drive. You’ll sometimes let someone into your...

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