Category Archives for Aviation Relationships

“Not Always Ok:” The Story Of The Red Balloons

When you aren’t “always ok” with the adventure you are in— honest thoughts on letting go of what’s holding you back

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Finding Your Balance

  You had plans. …and then you got stuck in Oakland. In Oslo. In Omaha, Nebraska. Weather. Aircraft swap. Maintenance. Flow. Crew rest. Staffing insufficiencies. Reflowed. Repositioned. Everything

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So Lonely Lately

Flight Attendant Life is an intensely social existence interrupted by periods of intense isolation.

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Dating As A Flight Attendant In A Digital Age 

Editor’s Note: This was written a few weeks ago, in a slightly jet-lagged and frustrated moment. Enough said (but Tinder is still deleted). -K.M.   Photo credit: @LoveAlanaChan Within the past week, I fielded a couple of rejections- one writing related and one dating related.  The simple email response from the intern telling me, “I’m

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The Single Flight Attendant: The Secret to True Happiness

Author’s note: Full disclosure, I’m not single. I’m in a long term relationship, and have been for some time. We have a house, a car, and a cat.

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‘See You Later’ or Is This Goodbye?

One of the beautiful aspects of the travel life and that flight attendant one is the opportunity to meet a variety of interesting, engaging, and fascinating individuals.  It’s not only an opportunity,

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A Flight Attendant’s Perspective On Love & Dating

*Not all flight attendants or individuals in aviation experience this in aviation.  This is simply the perspective of one.* I wanted to prove them wrong in dating.

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