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5 Things I wish I cried less about (as a flight attendant)

What I learned as a flight attendant navigating career turbulence, f*boys, and falling in love. P.S. Corporate Flight Attendant catering fiascos are usually funny in retrospect.

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Love, Long Distance Relationships, and a Global Pandemic

The story of a flight attendant, a long distance relationship, a global pandemic— and believing in impossible love.

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You’re going to give up on me…

My schedule is NOT the reason we won’t work out…or maybe it is. A flight attendant’s schedule and dating.

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Being a corporate flight attendant is like dating…in LA.

The relationships we start, maintain, and hope for in both love and career.

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Bumble Abroad: It’s all about the ‘away’ game

My dating life looks different than yours. Confessions of finding love as a flight attendant.

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Must. Be. Nice.

“Hey Cory! Where are the ice buckets?” I ask in a hurried tone. “Oh. I can get you ice,” another line guy, NOT named Cory, helpfully offers. “Ok great! Thanks!” I respond as I begin moving

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Defeated

Defeated. The feeling settles with weighted intensity as I stare at my reflection in the mirror. I pull at a stray blonde hair and press it into place with intention. Pursing my lips, I blink. I’m

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Living single as a flight attendant and [finally] loving it

I saunter up to the host at one of the restaurants at this beachside, all-inclusive resort in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. My bright green teal skirt is offset by the dark leather purse hanging loosely over

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Don’t Date Pilots

I only titled this piece as such, because I thought you would read it if I told you not to date pilots. Really, this blog is called “Love + A Box Of Crackerjacks.” I hope you read it anyway.

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I’m a flight attendant but NOT your next casual fling.

Maybe I underestimated you and for sure you’ve overestimated me. I assumed that you would have the capacity to think of me as more than a flight attendant fling or uncommitted counterpart. “It’s

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