Ahh, the dreaded 30,000 foot stomach gurgle. One moment you’re sipping your large coffee, minding your business, and the next you are under attack—by last night’s dinner. Yes, friends, we are going there. This is information the public needs to
Coronavirus is getting all the glory these days, but it is not the only health risk of flying. I’ve compiled some of the most prevalent side-effects of flying, from the annoying beauty woes up to the downright dangerous. Don’t worry—I
Standing in the back galley of an aircraft during a particularly busy boarding process, two flight attendants watch in puzzled annoyance people failing at the process. They can’t find their seats, they stow their bags sideways in the bins, taking
Let’s keep it light today, shall we? Switching it up from the serious, lengthy posts to bring you some #flightattendanthumor. I’ve rounded up some of the best flight attendant memes on the internet. Universal truths that every FA will understand
Have you ever had a bad interaction with a coworker? One that descended into unbecoming, if not unprofessional behavior? One that caused you to lose your cool? An incident happened on a flight recently that got me thinking about professional
I’ve been learning a lot of lessons up in the air. You all know I’m a full-time Flight Attendant, so the airplane is my office. It is a real petri dish of humanity up there. Brimming with the best and
On December 15, 2020 I made a MOVE and bought myself my first home. For someone who, in the past, wouldn’t sign a 1-year service agreement with Verizon to get an upgrade, this is a monumental step. But this post
It’s about that time. The lights are up, the sales are on, and Netflix is chock-full of cheesy, comforting Christmas-movie goodness. Many of you will want to travel this holiday season, despite being in the midst of a global pandemic.
We're talking gratitude. Giving thanks, on behalf of all Flight Attendants, to the BEST passengers. And things I'm grateful for personally, as a flight attendant working in these uncertain times, and as a regular human living in these uncertain times.
Something happened on my redeye flight from LA to Fort Lauderdale the other night that has me thinking about flight attendant life, external pressures, and assumptions. A young man came to the back galley, presumably to hit on me. He