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That Fairytale Life…

Whoever said fairytales don’t exist was never a flight attendant. I’m not talking like in the movies, I’m talking better. This is the real fairytale gift of being alive.

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Confessions Of A Flight Attendant: Absolutely Worth It

The cooling unit of my hotel room in Queens sounds like the traffic buzzing on a crowded New York street. It’s loud and obnoxious, but I drown it out, because I accept that the noise comes with the

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5 Ways To Make Goal-Setting Not Just Something You Say, But Something You Do

We all have goals and dreams, but what stops some of us from actually achieving  our intentions?  I feel like there can be a fine line between success and failure,

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Rejection: It’s not just a flight attendant thing

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 sorry, but we won’t be

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On Wanting…

I started this essay as content for my book.  It turned into something that needed to be published here. So, here it is. -Kara On Wanting Sick. I feel it again.  I don’t know if it is the antibiotic

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Possible

I sit distractedly stirring my coffee while thumbing through my Instagram feed.  It was early— probably too early for coffee. And, probably too early to be hungry, but I was.  It was also too early

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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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Maybe You Should Get A Goldfish

Today, I caught myself smiling as I looked at Real Simple.  The colorful magazine spread was telling me how I should decorate.  Decorate a house.  Yeah.  True story.  This girl, excited about nesting?

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Believe in Your Dreams

An essay on hopes and dreams and how to embrace potential while managing the fear of failing.

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