Today is Labor Day in the United States, and my labor is this blog. The holiday honors those whose labor enabled a pretty nice life for many and, for the country, enormous economic advantage. The day got me thinking about my own current labor. For the last sixteen months, during what otherwise would be described as “retirement”, I have labored at creating content for this travel-focused blog, 3 Score & More, the one that you’re reading now. It’s unpaid labor; I’ve made nary a dime. It is sometimes very frustrating. In the end, it is definitely a labor of love and here’s why….
Do you crave being treated like minor royalty by a flight attendant, even if seated in the most modest rows toward the tail of the plane. If the service is less than regal, could you be part of the problem?
Well, yes. A recent chance encounter with an off-the-clock Delta flight attendant, whom I’ll call Sheila, a 30-year veteran, provided some insights from her time working in all service classes.
Here are simple, no-fail tips to unlock the flight attendant love and help make that time at 30,000 feet above the earth as pleasant as it can be. Continue reading “3 No-fail tips to unlock flight attendant love”