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How To Be A Flight Attendant

How does someone get a job as a flight attendant, and how are flight attendant’s supposed to be, anyway? If you don’t want to read any further into my blogging thoughts, but want to find out

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Flight Attendant Problems

Flight Attendant Problems… And flight attendants have a lot of them.  Being a flight attendant is not just a career, but a lifestyle.  All aspects of a flight

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The Airline Safety Demo

I don’t want to stand in front of them sometimes.  They stare.  All they do is stare, and they have full permission to do so.  I’m standing on “stage” to show how to fasten and

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Problems In Paradise

To: Travel Center Subject: URGENT: Problem logging into MyIDTravel. I’m in Thailand and Need to get home.  Hello,  I have a problem.  I’m in Bangkok, Thailand, and I used

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Happy Birthday Blog

My blog is a year old this month.  That makes me smile.   My baby isn’t the most popular toddler on the block, but it certainly is personality.  The site has surprised me with the attention

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How I Travel

I don’t have a secret formula to seamlessly smooth travel.  My trips aren’t seamlessly smooth, so I don’t use formulas.  They’re fun, and you don’t need predictability for

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The Flight Attendant Uniform

When I’m at airports and see an international flight crew walking through the terminal, I stare.  I know it’s rude to stare, and it makes people uncomfortable,

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The Crashpad Debacle

Crashpads are the temporary homes that airline crew members live at when their actual homes and families are not close to their assigned domiciles.  Crashpads operate in the same vein as hostels, shared

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A Flight Attendant’s Schedule

“What are your days off?” “Sunday, Monday, Tuesday.” “Well, let’s get together Monday then?” “Oh, I work Monday.” “I thought you said you were

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Are You Serious?!

The 4th of July. Instead of beach BBQs or volleyball, sun tanning, or fireworks, I spent a day on an airplane, and I met Santa Claus.  I never believed in Santa Claus as a child, and I was the one that

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