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A Taste of Ikigai: From Pluck to Pour – Part Two

On a fine, almost­spring Hawaiian morning, I set out with friend in tow from Hawi to Honoka’a, from the desert of the dry side of the Big Island to the food­producing rainforest side. I really couldn’t believe I was going to get to pick and process my own tea. It would be quite the understatement to say I was excited.

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A Taste of Ikigai: From Pluck to Pour – Part One

As I sit down to write this, I find myself surprised by how much I enjoy the tea I am sipping: a fresh green tea that I had the unique opportunity to make myself from start to finish. It is potently refreshing with a pristine flavor that nearly brings tears to my eyes from evoked memories of the Big Island.

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Enjoying Tea as a Teacher

Teachers will tell you that living on a bell schedule presents its own unique set of challenges. A lot of us find ourselves eating and drinking things we never thought we would (i.e. free coffee and candy) in the school setting. So as a tea drinker, you may need to trail blaze a bit to keep your habits alive and well.

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