I LOVE to travel. Always have. Travel enriches the soul, and I love to explore new places, meet new people, and grow in every way I can.
Though travel makes you rich in many ways there are still costs involved where money is concerned. Becoming a Flight Attendant was a no-brainer for me, as it seemed the ideal way to explore the world and earn a living at the same time. I loved the job. I got to visit so many places and experience so many things that would have otherwise been beyond my means. The personal growth the job endowed me with was incredible.
But after a while, the jetlag, flight delays, and roster changes began to take their toll. My energy would be drained, I’d feel out of sync with myself, and trying to help passengers angered by delays was very stressful. Upon arriving at new destinations I found myself less energized by the opportunities for adventure and more inclined to just get to the hotel to recover and decompress.