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“For Me”

I haven’t figured out a concise and relatable way to explain the weird oddities that come along with working for a European airline. Flight benefits? No, we don’t have those. Bidding? Non-existent.

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Heroes Of The Sky: A Flight Attendant’s Thoughts On 9/11

Today started off as a normal day. I edited several articles, and answered a reader’s e-mail about what airports are the best to work out of. I texted a friend about plans for a long layover in

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Risk: Creating An Attitude Of Bravery When The Stakes Are High (#ThefalifeINSPIRES)

When we have nothing to lose, we have little to fear. We have a sense of confidence and surety. We are not concerned over what the result will be as the focus

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Don’t Leave Me Here

I don’t feel very alive at this moment.  Maybe it’s that I’ve been living so alive, so fully, at such high intensity, that I’ve temporarily run out of pizzaz.  Only for a second

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So Over You!

Driving to the airport this morning for my flight lesson, I realized something:  That I worry way too much, and I’m over it!  My morning had just begun, and yet, the concerns I had over things

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Follow Up

I had an epiphany.  After writing about an identity crisis and making bad decisions (which writing and publishing the blog turned out to be a bad decision in itself), I needed the light bulb moment that

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Current State

Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about a past post I wrote.  I’ve been reminded of this certain blog as I’m moving to nowhere soon…again.  Very soon.  And very again.  (This

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A Beautiful Letter To You

I received a beautifully written email from a blog reader a few weeks ago, and it touched me so much, that I wanted to share it. Please read it:) Hi Kara, I just recently happened upon your blog, not

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If You Really Knew Me

A Flight Attendant’s personal confessions on confronting self-worth, struggling with self-acceptance, and learning to love.

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