Side Note

CAMP with Me in Texas

Yes, you read that correctly. I’m going “CAMPing” at nearly 9 months pregnant! Ok, maybe not the kind of “pitch a tent, sleep in the wilderness” sort of camping that you’re thinking of. But let me explain…

 

It’s called Texas Style Council CAMP and it’s a retreat for creative business women and bloggers focused on community and storytelling. This year, their final year, TxSC is doing things differently. Instead of the usual scene, they’re dialing down the glitz and getting back to basics… CAMP style. Seriously. We’ll be at Camp Texlake just North of Austin, Texas on March 20-22. There will be campfires, guided journaling, sunrise yoga, and no heels allowed. Essentially, my pregnant self’s dream.

I know full well the financial strains that being a creative entrepreneur brings along with it. So, here’s the really awesome news. TxSC is offering 50% off tickets this weekend only!! Their offer is valid for the “Glamp” and “Standard +” levels and runs through the end of February 8th. Simply use the promo code TXSCBFF when registering.

 

Of all the conferences I’ve attended, this one promises to be the most soul-lifting. If you feel the same and the timing is right, I hope you’ll join me! And if you have any other girlfriends who could use a creative boost, please pass this message along.

 

To register, click below:                                             For more details, click below:

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Oh yeah. Did I mention I’ll be speaking? The hilarious and talented Becky Murphy and I will be discussing how “Every Single Person Matters”… Each reader, each customer, each client. [Insert glowing, happy face] Hope to see you there!

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Top photograph by Amanda. Illustration by Becky.

 

 

This story by Hilary Walker

 

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