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Dear New Flight Attendant- What You Don’t Know About Airplane Food

Dear New Flight Attendant, Congratulations and welcome to the best and worst thing of your life.  This job is filled with many highs and many lows, and with all of my baking background, I’m not

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Finding Yourself (Halfway Around the World)

Breathing a little faster, I accelerate my pace. The steps continue upwards and onwards; the air becomes suddenly chilled. As the buzz of the crowds disappears behind me, the forest envelops me, and I

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Alone in Kyoto: Temples, Shrines and Ramen

There is a song by the 90s whimsical electronica French duo Air called “Alone in Kyoto.” It’s a haunting melody of beauty and raindrops and hope and getting lost at dusk in a Shinto

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Portland Love: Coffee, Bikes and Books

Everyone has a city that they keep going back to. A city that’s not too big and not too small. A place where people ring their bike bells in a friendly way, and where thick glasses and vintage

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A Flight Attendant’s Life: Stories By Instagram

I can’t write.  I’m too fuzzy brained.  Or lost.  Or scattered… What timezone am I in??? So enjoy, my life according to Instagram. Mom & Daughter Flight Attendants Ft Lauderdale

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Why Living Out Of A Suitcase Is The Time Of Your Life

I had a comment recently from a blog reader, and newly hired flight attendant, who will start flight attendant training next week.  She responded to the blog about crash pad life, saying that she wishes

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My Codependent Relationship

Always with me, I cannot break away. My grip holds tight. I wonder who I am without, Because we are always, Together. I rarely go unaccompanied. And I am always going. Somewhere. I travel, Questioned

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An Act Of Vulnerability

Right now, I’m on another airplane.  It’s always one airport to the next.  I don’t necessarily mind, as I’m truly beginning to embrace that it is simply a fact that I don’t

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5 Things All Passengers Should Do Before Boarding An Airplane

Be a better passenger, and follow these five before boarding an airplane. Feed, Clothe, & Water Yourself I’m  a flight attendant, not your Mom.  It’s not my job to pack a special lunch

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Benefits Of Flying For A Large Airline

Recently, I wrote about the benefits of working for a small airline.  I have been very grateful for my flying experience, but it is all that I know.  I wanted to learn about what the opposite is like,

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