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10 Signs You Might Be Right For A Career As A flight Attendant

Greetings friends, family and internet cephalopods! I venture forth onto my laptop today to share with you 10 reasons why you might be right for a career as a flight … Continue Reading →


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The Treacherous Twenties

When asked what was the most awkward time period of their lives, most people would probably tell you high school, or just their teenage years in general. Why? The sudden … Continue Reading →


Bette when she was my age, way back in the 60's. Picture courtesy of Post-Gazette.

Probation & Prestige (Charlotte, NC)

Greetings, everybody! Sorry for the lack of posts here lately. I’ve had a great deal going on, and not just in the great blue yonder. Sometimes it takes a little … Continue Reading →


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How To Negotiate With Flight Attendant Scheduling Like A Pro

As a reserve flight attendant, the #1 thing you can do to get the best trips is learn to negotiate with scheduling. They pretty much have your life in their … Continue Reading →


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10 Tips To Succeed In Flight Attendant Training

So, you made it through the interview process, and at the very end you were one of the few and the proud who received the offer of conditional employment. I … Continue Reading →


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What Happens in Vague-Guess (Las Vegas, NV)

One of the things I’m quickly learning about my long overnights in a given city/country is it’s nigh impossible to fit everything I want to do in one day (or … Continue Reading →


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10 Things To Do As A Reserve Flight Attendant

  Keep your phone on you. Always. Jump when it rings, only to answer a call from Bob at Progressive, wondering why you changed insurance companies. Spend way too much … Continue Reading →


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10 Essential Tips to Succeed In A Flight Attendant Interview

I’m starting a new kind of recurring post wherein I will do 10 tips of sorts, for travel and new hire flight attendants looking for a helpful resource for success. … Continue Reading →


one of many cabin mock-up training sessions. Those oxygen masks are hard to pack away again!

Back in Blue

***disclaimer*** names have been changed (as well as my own) to protect the privacy of my friends and family. For the list of main characters on my blog, click here … Continue Reading →


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An Office In The Sky

I have less than a week until I’m leaving the only city I’ve called my home for 20+ years, and starting a completely new life with an office in the … Continue Reading →