It’s Complicated: A Flight Attendant’s Mixed Feelings On Masks
In case you’ve been living under a rock somewhere and hadn’t heard, on Monday, April 18 the federal mask mandate requiring passengers to wear face coverings in airports and airplanes was removed. Members of the flying public and airline staff
Stuck Home for The Holidays: A Quarantine Recap
The holidays are here, and while I love the lights and sweets and cheesy music, I know that this time of year isn’t merry for everyone. It wasn’t for me last year. I’ve been shuttered in my house for the
TOP 5 Things This Flight Attendant Will Miss About the Pandemic
I had an out-of-state visitor this weekend in tiny Rhode Island. The food was good, the views were good, the company was great, but one thing struck me as odd. In all the restaurants we visited, masks were optional. I
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.
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.
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
So, How’s Work? 10 Ways Flying has Changed since the Pandemic
As a full-time flight attendant flying through the pandemic, I’ve been getting a lot of questions. How is work going for you? Do you feel safe? Is your job safe? How are people behaving? What is it like being on