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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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Flight Attendant Identity Crisis — 10 tips for redefining and rediscovering your identity amidst an uncertain future 

Arriving at the destination where we love ourselves— With or without a pretty uniform. Ten steps a flight attendant can take to reclaim, rediscover, and uncover your identity.

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Flight Attendant Furlough

Airline flight attendants and pilots are experiencing furloughs. It feels like an end to the adventure, but what if you can see it as a new beginning?

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5 Tips For Flight Attendants Facing Furlough

The last few months have proved to be tumultuous for flight attendants. Five strategies to combat the anxiety and stress experienced due to the possibility of furloughs in aviation.

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What it’s like working as a corporate flight attendant during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Global pandemics are not that great for a flight attendant career. Confessions on one flight attendant trying to cope with closed borders and COVID.

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That Curious Thing Called ‘Flight Attendant Life’

  There is so much that I can’t really tell you about my job anymore and sometimes, what I can tell you is hard to explain. There are no schedules, I have no benefits— health or flight— and

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Happy [With Or Without You]

The hurt reminiscent of a break-up claws deep within me; begging for an avenue of escape. Words— which I so often use to break sadness, clear confusion, or portray hope and happiness—feel grossly beyond

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“The Motions:” Because Nobody Loves ‘Mile 17’

“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

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“Life Envy:” How To Deal When Everyone Else’s Adventure Appears Better Than Your Own

I looked out over the sun glinting against the Pacific— the chill of February slipping beneath my light hoodie as I quietly contemplated his question. I can’t even remember the question now, but

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Enroute: Reflecting On My First Month Working In Private Aviation

December 21st marked my one-month ‘Workaversary’ as a Ground Attendant for a large private aviation company. Just as my job title hints; I am grounded.

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