Thanks for stopping by! My name is Andi Fisher and I am pleased to meet you and share a little about who I am.
I am a full-time corporate gal with over 20+ years of experience in customer advocacy, influencer and content marketing, and social media. In November 2015, I quit my job in San Francisco, sold my house in Berkeley and bought an RV with my hubby! During 2016, we escaped the old life and traveled throughout the U.S. Check out where we went!
We landed in Phoenix where I am starting a new life in the beautiful Southwest. I’ve got a great job managing a customer advocacy program at Red Hat (all opinions are mine and not my employer’s).
I am a blogger, storyteller, influencer, brand ambassador, and marketer.
Oh and a Francophile who happens to be married to a French man.
I am a world traveler, a foodie, a bookworm, and a movie nut.
I grew up an Army brat living all over the United States, Latin America, and Europe.
I’ve also worked all over the world.
I am a total klutz who has somehow managed not to break a single bone in her body. Not for lack of practice.
I am not a domestic goddess, fashionista, or a mean person, if you are looking for that, move along.
I don’t take myself too seriously and don’t expect any of you to either.
That’s me in a nutshell.
Why Misadventures with Andi?
In 2003, I moved to Switzerland to work. That was the first time living in a foreign country without my parents, so of course, there were mishaps, or misadventures, which I reported to all my friends and family in a weekly email called Misadventures with Andi.
In 2008, when I decided to start a blog, the name stuck.
I blog about the things I like: travel, food (lots of food), movies, books, blogging, and social media.
Welcome and let the misadventures roll!
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