Flight Attendant Life
Everyone assumes the life of a flight attendant is full of fun, travel, and anything that's glamorous. Those things are true, however there is so much more to it and there are definitely many challenging parts. I'm here to tell it to you straight. Also you may be wondering why I call it a lifestyle, that's because it is way more than a job. You have to change so much about your life in order to be a flight attendant. As with any job in customer service we deal with the best of the population and the worst. We go through 1-2 month long trainings learning how to fight fires and perform CPR. We pick up trash, lots and lots of trash. Flight Attendants become therapists for passengers going through hardships. We work with new people every trip. Lots of our time is spent away from our friends and family and our homes. At the end of the day this job is worth all the hardships, at least to me it is. The chance to travel all around the world and meet so many new people is priceless and I wouldn't change it for anything in the world. If you have any questions about being life as a flight attendant please don't hesitate to contact me or comment below! See you in the skies!
10 Things Your Flight Attendant Doesn’t Know
There are so many things that we get asked on a daily basis that we don’t have the answers to. So I’ll just save you the trouble by writing up this blog post telling you what your flight attendant doesn’t know so you don’t even have to bother asking next time. Trust me, I really wish I could ease your anxiety and be able to tell you all the things you want to hear. Unfortunately that is not the case. So I spend most days making up answers or just telling everyone I don’t know, cause I don’t. 1. Your Flight Attendant doesn’t know what city we are currently flying…
Let me Introduce Myself
Since you came all the way here I figured I should introduce myself. I’m a lot of things but mostly I’m a flight attendant, a writer, a coffee addict, beer snob, college graduate, girlfriend, bookworm, and a wanderluster. No matter how many crazy stories I write on here, I really do love my job. I am so thankful for all the experiences and friends it’s given me just in the last three years and I hope to fly until I can’t lift my bag into an overhead bin, or maybe even several years after that. For those of you non aviation people, there are flight attendants who only fly one…