Aloha Fam! Welcome to 2023. I’m starting off the new year – coming in hot with a new True Crime Video featuring the case of Melissa Estoy. Check out the Video and Podcast coverage of this case, posted below.

Melissa Estoy – Disappeared on January 16, 2018

Melissa Estoy disappeared on January 16th, 2018. She was last seen wearing a yellow shirt with red letters stating: SURF INSTRUCTOR and a black hoodie. Melissa was last seen in the area of Zablan Beach in Nanakuli, on the West Side of O’ahu in Hawai’i.

Car Located – Suspicious Circumstances

On January 18th, 2018 – Melissa’s 1991 Gold Honda Accord was located at the beach where she was last seen. The family believed this to be suspicious circumstances since her keys were found in the ignition, her belongings including her purse and phone were in the car and the windows of the car were down.

Melissa’s Details

Melissa Estoy was 21 years old at the time of her disappearance. Melissa goes by the nickname “POCH” and is of Hawaiian/Filipino descent. Melissa is 5′ – 2″ tall and approximately 120 lbs at the time of her disappearance. Melissa had long brownish/black hair with highlights when she was last seen. She has brown eyes and a star tattoo on her right wrist.

Melissa has a star tattoo on her right wrist

If you see her or have any information

If you see her or have any information regarding the disappearance of Melissa Estoy – please call 911 or Crime Stoppers Hawaii at 808-955-8300. Here are other numbers and contacts you can also reach out to:

  • 1-800-843-5678 – (1-800-the-lost)
  • Missing Person’s Hotline: 1-800-457-3463
  • MISSING: Melissa Estoy – CAse Discussion & Awareness Facebook Group:
  • Report Anonymous Tips to:

Thank you so much for joining me as I cover this missing persons case. At the time of recording this video, Melissa has been missing for 5 years. Share this post and the videos so we can get the word out and hopefully assist in bringing Melissa home to her family.

Case Sources:

The Link to the YouTube Video with information: The Podcast Episode where I covered this case: (Link coming soon)

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Disclaimer: This video/post is for educational purposes only and to assist these families in bringing their loved ones home.

Happy Aloha Friday Fam! Today on the Podcast, Harmony and I are talking about how being mindful and setting intention in our mindset allows us to develop great habits for productivity.

Listen to the Podcast here.

Show Notes:

Mindful Practices & Productivity

There are also a few things that we touch base on in today’s episode:

  • Common Core Math & Virtual Learning due to Covid-19
  • Solving and coming together with current challenges in the world
  • 2020 Honeygirl’s World Holiday Advent Calendar
  • Treats and Goodies we’d love to receive in an Advent Calendar
  • An awesome Pen/Pencil Case
  • Making your planner work for you and serve a purpose

Links to a few items we shared:

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