Posts tagged "jet lag"
“Once you’ve taken flight, it’s the hardest thing to live with both feet on the ground.” —Amélie Being a flight attendant became part of my identity almost instantly. I started flying with an international airline about a year ago. In that short amount of time, I climbed The Great Wall of China in Beijing, spent el […]
I wake up startled— blurry-eyed and confused— strange due to the fact that I’ve been in the same timezone for a record-breaking two months now. Although, I’m feeling very much claustrophobic by the reality of ‘staying in one place,’ there are many benefits to my “normal-boring” schedule. I’ve lost weight; even though I don’t eat […]
I decided to put it on my list of ‘Things To Do.’ That was a very smart decision. Otherwise, I know I would get mad at myself for being lazy, as doing nothing is unacceptable in my world. I struggle with sitting still. That’s one of the reasons that I look forward to flying: I […]
Today, I feel fuzzy. Droopy eyelids. Low energy. I want to do nothing. Formulating coherent thoughts is extra challenging right now. Hello Jet Lag! A handful of naps, movies, and snacks later, I arrived back home in Los Angeles last night, after thirteen hours on a plane, the initial flight originating in Stockholm, Sweden. Having spent a […]