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Baby, It’s Complicated.

Do you create a list of “Places you’ve been” or build a life of “Places you stay?”

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What Is ‘The Flight Attendant Life?’

I asked myself the question, “What is The Flight Attendant Life?” while staring at a mostly blank screen, trying to write.  I hate that word ‘trying’ because what it really means

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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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An Act Of Vulnerability

Right now, I’m on another airplane.  It’s always one airport to the next.  I don’t necessarily mind, as I’m truly beginning to embrace that it is simply a fact that I don’t

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So Over You!

Driving to the airport this morning for my flight lesson, I realized something:  That I worry way too much, and I’m over it!  My morning had just begun, and yet, the concerns I had over things

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Peanut Butter Goes Better With Jelly

I sit around in my room for hours on end, drinking tea and listening to The Sleep Playlist on Spotify.  I curl up with a book, the only interruption being the frequent whistles of a text messages from

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You Must Be My Soulmate

There is a lot that I never predicted about my Flight Attendant Life.  Once, I remember I said that if I was going to work for a different airline, I would only want to work for Southwest or Hawaiian,

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How-To Be Productive On A Layover

How To Be Productive On A Layover… Answer:  Be my mom This is mom My mother is a little bit of crazy.  I think you have to be a little crazy to decide to become a flight attendant as a second

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Car Buying, Speed Dating, & An Impossible Match

Emily had begged to go speed dating.  I said there just wasn’t time, which seems a little oxymoron-ish considering speed dating’s whole concept revolves around quick assessments, and rejections,

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Why Travel Brings Happiness

Often, I am asked if I have always had a love for travel, and traveled a lot when I was younger.  Well, not really.  My family went on family vacations, but mostly road trips up the California and Oregon

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