3 Life Lessons from your Pub Trivia Host

3 Life Lessons from your Pub Trivia Host

Hosting pub trivia, or entertainment side-hustles in general, are good moonlighting gigs, but great for the extroverted introvert. “That’s not a thing,” you say, to which I respond that nature is full of oxy-morons (but don’t press me for examples). You enjoy people and socializing, but at the end of the day, you crave your … Read More

4 Tips for Getting Hired on a Cruise Ship

4 Tips for Getting Hired on a Cruise Ship

Want a job on a cruise ship? It’s not as impossible to attain as you may think. The cruise industry, now and forever, will need workers for two reasons. 1.) The turnover is justifiably high: for most people, working seven days a week for months on end, contract after contract, is just not sustainable. 2.) Considering … Read More

3 More Downsides to Working on a Cruise Ship

3 More Downsides to Working on a Cruise Ship

As mentioned in the earlier posts in the series, working on a cruise ship has amazing benefits but significant pitfalls as well. It wasn’t all peaches and cream, unfortunately. The guests Post #shiplife (the clever little hashtag to encompass the enormity of ‘working on a cruise ship’), people will ask, “What were the best and … Read More

5 Downsides to Working on a Cruise Ship

5 Downsides to Working on a Cruise Ship

I kicked off this series with a call to action for everyone to quit their day-jobs . However, while I think the pros of working on a cruise ship do outweigh the cons, there are some pretty significant drawbacks to #shiplife. For instance: You work every. single. day. That’s right. Your schedule will largely depend … Read More

4 More (Practical) Reasons to Work on a Cruise Ship

4 More (Practical) Reasons to Work on a Cruise Ship

Why should anyone want to work on a cruise ship? Lots of reasons. Last post, I appealed to your ethos for why you should quit your day job. However, there are legitimately practical advantages to working on a cruise ship. No overhead Your paygrade will depend largely on your position. Personally, mine was… paltry. But, that comes with minimal … Read More