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  • The work of flight attendants may seem to be romantic and fascinated: new countries, cool people, photos of clouds at the altitude of 10 thousand meters...But besides this, it is a massive responsibility for the safety of each passenger, necessary first aid skills, the ability to resolve conflict situations, and proficiency in communications on the god level; you need to look good even after a long night flight, to smile and not to show at work that you are in any other mood apart from a good one. So, what it's like to work as a flight attendant?
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  • All of us are used to inexpensive home Internet, to 4G that can be used even in the subway or somewhere in the mountains, to free access to Wi-Fi in any restaurant or café. By the way, everything doesn't work like that not everywhere. Internet is more expensive and slower in many other countries; it isn't so available anywhere and anytime.
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  • I left Mariupol with one backpack. I was thinking a lot about what I would have put in it, apart from the documents and clothes, if I had known then that my apartment would have been burned to the ground and I would never be able to return to it. Probably it would have been my favorite embroidery, which I bought at Khreshchatyk when I was a first-year student, photo albums with me as a kid on the pics, a camera... But later I realized that losing all material things, even if they are very valuable, is not so terrible compared to the fact that an entire city is lost.
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