A Corporate Flight Attendant’s thoughts on goal setting, dreams, and trusting the process even if the outcome is uncertain.
“How many times do I have to go through the same thing to actually learn?” I think to myself. I’m frustrated. Not so much with my job, life situation, singleness, or lack of stability and security,
You are brave enough to move on. You are strong enough to stay.
Recently, I’ve come to understand something I didn’t really, completely “get” before. It’s this realization that it’s really hard to “become a flight attendant,” but not for the reasons
“Awwww— I don’t like seeing you like this,” he said with concern in his voice. I pursed my lips and sighed.
Just be happy.
Find what you can be thankful
“Once you’ve taken flight, it’s the hardest thing to live with both feet on the ground.” —Amélie
Being a flight attendant became
I don’t even know when I wrote what you are about to read or where I had planned to publish it, but I found it while organizing content
just an illusion.
It gives you
But then, you meet people.
But then, you leave people.
You don’t decide anymore…
Often— as a collective group— flight attendants don’t speak well of cockpit crew and often, this is for good reason. I’ve trusted the wrong types; the ones who have a character less than
“Please. I can’t even commit to a lipstick.”
I laugh when you say that I should own the t-shirt that broadcasts this statement. I smirk when you ask me for the thousandth time who I’m