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Why Travel Alone

Is it weird that I am enchantedly mesmerized by airport departure boards, dreamily staring at the possibilities?  Or would you consider it a waste of time that it takes me two hours to clean my room

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If One Day I’m Not A Flight Attendant

Every year, flight attendants are required by the FAA to go through recurrent training, Recurrent training is when we stews spend a couple of days in a classroom and cover emergency procedures, power

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The Savvy Air Traveler

Whether you travel often on airplanes, or not so much, you may have picked up on the way air travel works:  Airport parking chaos, Check-in, TSA, waiting, boarding, seats, luggage, electronic devices,

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Fear of Flying

I have a confession. A fear, actually. A number of them to be exact. No, I don’t have a fear of flying in the most common sense of the term, the fear that affects about 40 percent of the worlds’

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Flight Attendant Fatigue

Consistently, I make early exits at Saturday night get togethers, usually using the completely valid excuse of, “I have to be up at 3:45am.”  Ouch.  On a Sunday no less.  Sometimes

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Contents May Have Shifted During Flight

I thought it was a boring work day; no cute boys, no funny passengers, nothing exciting to write about for my blog.  Bummmmmmer. This thought of boringness crossed my mind with still an hour left in

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The Flight Attendant Life

I recently had a chance to watch the new show on ABC, Pan-Am, the drama series that begins in 1963, and follows the lives of pilots and stewardesses that fly for the iconic Pan American Airlines.  The

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