The single best thing you can do for your flight attendant career

Wondering why some find their dream jobs or live an epic adventure? In this blog, find out the essential investment YOU can make that will allow you to soar.

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All things new…

A Corporate Flight Attendant’s thoughts on goal setting, dreams, and trusting the process even if the outcome is uncertain.

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Long Distance Relationships are an experience. Then, add a Global Pandemic.

Long distance relationships in a global pandemic seem impossible, but this will surprise you.

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The Inevitable Evolution of Flight Attendants

How flight attendants change over the course of an aviation career and learning to accept the process.

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Fatigued

As a flight attendant, fatigue and I have danced intimately during many points in my career.  When I was international cabin crew, I took a three month leave due to the fatigue induced by chronic jet

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Flight Attendant Identity Crisis — 10 tips for redefining and rediscovering your identity amidst an uncertain future 

Arriving at the destination where we love ourselves— With or without a pretty uniform. Ten steps a flight attendant can take to reclaim, rediscover, and uncover your identity.

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Flight Attendant Furlough

Airline flight attendants and pilots are experiencing furloughs. It feels like an end to the adventure, but what if you can see it as a new beginning?

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Are you a commercial flight attendant hoping to be a corporate flight attendant? This blog is for you.

For commercial flight attendants facing the fear of furlough and looking to stay in aviation? Being a corporate flight attendant and breaking into private aviation will be much different than you think.

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What do Corporate Flight Attendants [Actually] Do?

Flight Attendant ‘Hats’ — Demystified. Essential Skillsets Of Successful Corporate Flight Attendants

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How-To Get Corporate Flight Attendant Experience (When You Have None)

The frustration to find experience is felt deeply as a new flight attendant. Thoughts on corporate flight attendant experience in private aviation.

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