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Why More Straight Men Need To Be Flight Attendants

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Dreamliner Stories & A Dreamliner Life: Thoughts of A Newly International Flight Attendant

I arrived back in Ft Lauderdale Monday this week…or was it Sunday?  What day was the 12th?  It doesn’t matter.  I lived long days, and short days.  International flying plays havoc on sleep,

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Common Misconceptions of The Flight Attendant Career

There is always a disparity between how things seem to be, and how things actually are.  Anais Nin said that, “We don’t see the world as it is, but as we are.”  I have been surprised

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I Quit My Job

When I got my job as a flight attendant, I had nothing to lose.  I needed work.  I needed a radical change.  I needed a paycheck, a journey, an eyeopening experience.  I didn’t know at the time

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Jade Is Not A Good Color On You

Jet lag, and sleep deprivation often feel like an ugly hangover, and that was the state that I was in on Sunday when I went to work.  But, I had to go, although I didn’t want to- this said from

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Benefits of Flying For A Small Airline

I receive emails every once in awhile from someone inquiring which airlines are better to work for.  That really depends on what you are wanting out of your flying experience.  Anywhere that you work

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“Stupid, Crazy, or Both?” When Airline Standby Gets The Best Of You

Stupid, crazy, or both? I’m describing those that choose to fly standby.  Yup.  Legitimately nuts.  I’m describing myself.  Traveling standby is how I travel so frequently, which is awesome.

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Why Be A Flight Attendant

I knew this job was never for me.  3am, Christmas morning, riding a shuttle to terminal four at LAX. Brain foggy, security lines, harsh terminal lighting, nothing

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Where Is Home?

Thursday was weird. My brain had no interest focusing on any set task (not completely un-normal for me). I almost lost my cool to fits of tears multiple times (also not completely un-normal), and my stress

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