Announcing the “Book a $5 Flight to Hawaii” Course!

In less than an hour of your time, be on your way to a tropical vacation!



Sounds pretty awesome, right?

Too good to be true? Nope.

I’ve done this. Twice. In fact, I’m headed out there again this year using the same deal!

And now I get to help you do the same!! :)


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Yup, it’s my first course. :)


Well, the $5 flight to Hawaii has always been the jaw-dropper story.

No matter who I’m talking to, whenever I mention this, they usually say something like, “wait—go back—how did you get a $5 flight?!”

And I’m happy to tell ’em!


Now here’s what I noticed:

Even though I tell people exactly how to do this, and even show them where to go, many still never follow


Maybe they got too busy, maybe they forgot, maybe they think this is only available to “others” and they won’t be as lucky?

Whatever the reason, it got me thinking…

I need to remind people that this is something they WANT to do and actually help them through all the (very simple!) steps!


The “Book a $5 Flight to Hawaii” Course has been born!


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What You’ll Get!

You’ll receive an email with:

  • A short lesson
  • 1-2 simple action items (will take you less than 15 minutes to complete)
  • Any necessary links and resources you might need
  • PLUS: access to a series of customized reminders based on dates you set to help you stay on track!

By the time you’re done with this course, you will have a $5 plane ticket to Hawaii and a chance to visit one of the most beautiful places in the world!

AND: you can go at your own pace—breeze through all the content in one day, or use the email reminders to spread the steps out.

This course will help you CUT THROUGH all the information out there, and will help you stay ORGANIZED and on top of the details!

We’re all busy, we all need reminders, and many of us would like to go to Hawaii for only $5, so here’s a course that can help you do that! :)


Remember, Remember…

On November 4th, 2010, I boarded Hawaiian Airlines flight #1, bound for a place I had never been and with only a one-way ticket.

It was the official start of this crazy, awesome journey that’s taken place over the last two years (and is far from over)!

To celebrate that anniversary, this course will GO LIVE on Monday, November 5th!



To commemorate the launch (and to help you remember!), I’ve written a poem (ha!), riffing on the infamous Gunpowder Plot:

Remember, Remember

The fifth of November,

When $5 flights can be got.

You’ll receive weekly emails,

No more scouring for sales,

Soon off to Hawaii—that’s hot! :)


Ok, so I totally nerded out on that. I have NEVER been comfortable writing poetry, but that was kinda fun and had me giggling. Hope you enjoyed—and it works! :)

(oh, and here’s the original—perhaps you also know those first two lines from V for Vendetta)



This sounds like a scam—is this for real?

Yes, I’m totally serious. Been there, done this, loved every minute of it. Don’t miss out.

What is this again?

A virtual course delivered via email with specific, simple instructions.

When does this course go LIVE?

November 5th.

How to be reminded?

Sign up on the list below.

What will your email be used for?

Only to remind you of the November 5th launch.

How will I get back home if I just have a $5 one-way ticket?

Well, if you actually want to come back (you might not!) and use the same methods shown in the course, your return trip will only cost $5, too.



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And in case you’re curious, I do have plans for more courses in the works. :)

Stuff on travel hacking (like this), healthier traveling (what to do), and travel-related skills (for fun out there!)!

If you’d like to be on the inside and know when these are coming out, hop onboard!


Super excited to help you get to Hawaii—just five weeks from today it’ll all be ready!!


Looking forward to learning more!





Former life: actor/office worker/virtual assistant; lived in Los Angeles for 11 years. Since then: sold nearly everything, took a $5 flight to Hawaii, lived there for 3 months, wrote an eGuide about all of it, and still traveling. Currently: digital nomad - looking to improve myself, have fun and serve others.