But it's also a small island chain in the middle of the Pacific, which means it can be difficult for some visitors to spend more than a few years living there.
With a high-turnover rate among residents, it's clear the Aloha State isn't meant to be everyone's forever home. This is welcome news to those who think it's already too crowded, and a familiar realization for those who feel they've been there, done that.
Below, 19 signs you're part of the latter group and you're over living in paradise.
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