My Valentine’s Meal – Fettuccine with Red Lamb Sauce

DISCLOSURE: This post is brought to you by Safeway.  However, all opinions and the meal I created are of my own choosing! Baby, it's cold outside! My nerves are still shot from our epic snow-laden trip in the RV. And since we’ve arrived in Portland, it’s been nothing but rain and freezing temperatures. That means one thing to me. Pasta. We don’t eat too much pasta, we’re more … [Read more...]

San Francisco for the Holidays

San Francisco for the holidays doesn't get any better! So if you are in the city this holiday season, you might want to check out the following things to do, see, eat or drink. Things to Do Our [usually] mild weather lends the opportunity to do a lot more outdoors things and take in more of the gorgeous city! Winter Walk SF > Winter Walk SF is an open plaza in the heart of Union … [Read more...]

Super Duper 2016 Holiday Gift Guide

Catchy  name, right?! My plan was to do individual post for bloggers, for travelers, for foodies, but then I thought, "hey, I'm all those things" and I believe it's likely that you are too, or that you know people who are, so I decided to combine all my gift guides into one super duper guide with everything. You're welcome! I know, I know...who writes a 2700+ word gift guide? You're … [Read more...]

RV Eating for the Holidays

DISCLOSURE: This post is brought to you by Lucerne® Dairy Farms and Safeway.  All opinions and holiday meals I eat are of my own choosing, but these guys brought a little bit of home (the West coast) to us here in the Florida Keys. As I've shared before, living and traveling in a RV, I can become a little disassociated with what's going on in the world. I can go days without knowing the date … [Read more...]

J’adore – Paperless Post

I have been participating in the Month of Letters challenge which has been a lot of fun, and it has been a reminder of the simple things it life, but it is not practical with my lifestyle. I am constantly over-committed and with my mission to REFINE my activities and efforts, electronic cards and invitations are my method of choice. Also, I realized that for many of the people I interact with … [Read more...]

Happy New Year 2014 and 2013 in Review

Happy 2014 everyone! I have big expectations for this year.  Probably not fair to the Universe, but I am saying it any way.  I am ready to turn the page on 2013.  I've had better years. Lots better.  I am not big on traditions, I create my own, but there is something about turning the page on the calendar that gives me hope. Last year when I shared my 2013 plans, I selected the word REFINE to … [Read more...]

Holiday Self-Gifting for the Blogger

After you have finished picking out gifts for everyone else on your list, there is only one thing to do. Self-gift! If you are a blogger looking to improve your game, then consider the Content Brew Course. I have been blogging over five years and I can tell you that you are never done learning. There are tips and tricks to pick up everywhere. Ideas to help you get your blog organized or to … [Read more...]

A Few of My Favorite Things – Holiday Gift Guide

I wanted to share a few of my favorite things from friends and fans of the Misadventures with Andi community. I think it is important to support small businesses particularly during the holiday season! Take a peek and consider these unique gifts for your holiday list.  Share your thoughts and support for the blog.  Every comment (up to five) between now and Dec 15th will be an entry to win $100 … [Read more...]

Happy New Year 2013 and 2012 in Review

I want to wish each and everyone of you a very Happy New Year.  I hope 2012 was what you wanted it to be.  If not, we get to try all over again in 2013! 2012 by the numbers: Number of places I traveled to: 25 (never enough!) Photos taken: 11,725 that doesn't include Instagram or Foodspotting! Favorite trip of the year: Paris in January Favorite meal: A tie between dinner at The … [Read more...]

Holiday Break

I am taking a little bloggy break for the holidays, back in a few days! … [Read more...]