Category Archives for Aviation Career

Dreamliner Stories & A Dreamliner Life: Thoughts of A Newly International Flight Attendant

I arrived back in Ft Lauderdale Monday this week…or was it Sunday?  What day was the 12th?  It doesn’t matter.  I lived long days, and short days.  International flying plays havoc on sleep,

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Common Misconceptions of The Flight Attendant Career

There is always a disparity between how things seem to be, and how things actually are.  Anais Nin said that, “We don’t see the world as it is, but as we are.”  I have been surprised

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Air Travel- “Regular” Passenger Style

I felt out of place.  Waiting in line, in regular clothes, in this location, seemed unnatural.  I purposely left my fancy juice concoctions unpacked.  I emptied my bottled of VOSS water pre-security,

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Come Fly With Me…

For those that have kept asking, or for those that have been on the edge of their seats wondering, or for those that simply do not care who I am flying for after quitting my job, I am about to tell

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Galley Gossip, Mean Girl Moments, And Drama Mamas

So many personalities, backgrounds, and ideas brought together creates an environment where drama can brew, and in the flight attendant world, it often does.  It sometimes reminds me of grade school.

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The Beautiful Gay Flight Attendant

This post was initially started with the title being, “Why More Straight Men Should Be Flight Attendants.”  And then it turned into this.  That’s writing.  That’s life:) *** If

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I’ve Replaced My Nose Ring With A New Airline

When I was eighteen, it was a big deal when I came home from boarding high school with my ears pierced.  Initially, it was only my Aunt that noticed.  My father, and mother realized my rebel act only

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Does Aviation Ruin Relationships?

Why is that an airline lifestyle wreaks havoc on many relationships? Is an aviation career to blame?

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I Quit My Job

When I got my job as a flight attendant, I had nothing to lose.  I needed work.  I needed a radical change.  I needed a paycheck, a journey, an eyeopening experience.  I didn’t know at the time

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My Codependent Relationship

Always with me, I cannot break away. My grip holds tight. I wonder who I am without, Because we are always, Together. I rarely go unaccompanied. And I am always going. Somewhere. I travel, Questioned

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