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The Backup Plan

Doesn’t every crew member constantly contemplate ‘The Backup Plan’— what they might do (or will do) once they are no longer a flight attendant?

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That ‘Other Life’

You live ‘Flight Attendant Life’ and then you live that ‘other life.’ The one that includes the realities of home, unrequited crushes, babies, bills, stillness, and all the things

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Well, I guess I always wanted to live abroad…

Finding balance when “Flight Attendant Life” is completely defined by foreign countries and flying.

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Holiday Schedule

Do you ‘Fly for your sanity’ or is Flight Attendant Life something else entirely?

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Believe In Your Worth

“Wait…so, you’re saying that the private jet trips don’t get any less stressful the longer you do it?” Kate, the spunky red-haired gem of a friend I somehow found through the internet, stares

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5 Private Jet Flight Attendants You Need To Follow Right Now On Instagram

The lifestyle and job responsibilities of a corporate flight attendant is quite fascinating— especially if you are not part of the industry. I would venture to guess that you probably don’t have any

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5 Things You Don’t Expect Out Of ‘Flight Attendant Life’

Many flight attendant hopefuls, or long-time cabin crew, prepare themselves for certain aspects of the aviation lifestyle. We expect the jetlag. We understand relationships will maintain an element of

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The Introverted Flight Attendant in an Extroverted Sky: When TOO many people are in TOO much of your time

I find myself drained, reclusive, and wanting to ‘disappear’ from the world. I spend hours hiding in my room in the beautiful 4-bedroom ocean-view home where I rent a room. I’ve lived here for so

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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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Unfair

I often forget she isn’t American, but in moments, her voice echoes a backstory of fascinating and faraway places. “Sometimes it’s just so hard to communicate when English isn’t my first language,”

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