change your spending habits.
“O le tele o sulu e maua ai se fagota, e mama se avega pe a ta amo fa’atasi.”
My strength does not come from me alone, but from many.
– Samoan proverb
Starting those conversations in the home about money, saving and budgeting and sharing your knowledge with others will produce lasting results for you, your family and even your village.
Our ancient Polynesian wayfinders used pineapples as a source of food to navigate thousands of miles across the open Pacific Ocean. The pineapple is not a single fruit, but a group of berries fused together like our families, friends and the communities that we live in.