Equally fun and chaotic work place and schedule.
My day started with commuting (by flight) from Memphis to Chicago to start work. After confirming schedule changes (if any), I'd proceed to traverse airport to wherever my aircraft was parked. Pre-flight checks included jumpseat, interphone, cabin lights, seatbelts, demo equipment, emergency equipment, working water, lav supplies, catering and supplies, and crew briefing. Greet passengers boarding, assist with information, serve 1st class drinks, ensure compliance with Federal Regulations (stowed bags, seatbelts, electronic devices), make announcements via intercom, secure and lock cabin door, strap into jumpseat, takeoff. Most flights I performed cabin service with beverage cart, collected trash, fill out catering slip for next flight, prepare for landing. Post flight duties included check for same equipment as in pre-flight. Secure any locks, proceed to shuttle bus for overnight hotel scheduled by the company. Management was mostly friendly and effective, but limited in power. My co-workers were some of the best people I've ever met. The hardest part of the job was constant changing of schedules, but it was also the best part. The part I enjoyed most was getting to meet so many new and wonderful people, it gave me a more positive view on life in general.