It’s New Years Eve! And we are all ready to kiss this year goodbye. But before we leave 2020 in the rearview and never look back, I wanted to do just a litttttle bit more reflecting. Come on, it will
Shut the F*$# Up! The Greatest Christmas Surprise.
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
Holiday Travel Tips: DO’s and DON’Ts for 2020
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.
Find the PERFECT gift for your favorite frequent flyer
Got a frequent flyer in your life? Wondering what to get your favorite flight attendant or pilot this holiday season? Well, look no further! This high-flying gift guide has wrapped up the best gifts to get for the flight attendant,
What This Flight Attendant is Thankful For
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.
7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Becoming a Flight Attendant
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
Quick Trip to Seattle- #LayoverLife is not Dead
Things are different, with curfews, restaurant rules and social distancing guidelines to manage, but there is still fun to be had if you know where to look. I recently had two long Seattle layovers that proved that #layoverlife is not
A little sun never hurt anyone. And it certainly helps with pre-election jitters. Read on to hear more about our girls’ trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico: Where we stayed, what we ate did, and the precautions taken to ensure
Dia de los Muertos, the day of the dead, is one of the most significant of Mexican holidays and one I’m so grateful to have been in attendance for in 2019. This year, amid COVID cautions, the celebrations will look