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Let's Camp | Camp Wandawega | Part 1

Photos by Anna Zajac

We couldn't be more excited to attend Let's Camp, a weekend away for creative women at Camp Wandawega in Elkhorn, Wisconsin! We're heading up today to attend the retreat and interview Mandy Lancia (of the Glossary) and Nikki Ricks (of Feminest) about how the idea for Let's Camp came about. You can take a look at the weekend's itinerary of hands-on workshops about business, networking, creative practices, stories, and the importance of self-care and follow along through the Instagram hashtag.

We have been wanting to visit Camp Wandawega since first learning about it, and can't think of a better introduction than a weekend in the woods surrounded by creative women. We're looking forward to this weekend break to disconnect for a moment from our day-to-day norms and connect with fellow creatives, entrepreneurs, and the natural world around us. 

This is the second year for Let's Camp, and we're so excited to be a part of it. In addition to Mandy and Nicki, Workshop Leaders for the weekend include Tereasa Surratt (owner of Camp Wandawega, author, Director of Design at Ogilvy), Mindy Segal (owner of Hot Chocolate + Mindy's Edibles), Simi Botic (Heath Coach and author of Letting Go of Leo), Joslyn Villalpando (owner of J. Villa Workshop), Alma Omeralovic (Meditation Teacher), Stephanie Bassos (photographer), Mel Holmes (founder of What Women Read), Jen Corbett (expert in audience development), and Mo Fritz (photographers).

Check out the itinerary below and start planning your trip for next year! 

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Yoko Oh Yes!

Amy O started as the solo project of Amy Oelsner (pictured above) in 2004, and has evolved over the years into a full band. She submitted an excerpt from her new zine Yoko Oh Yes! to Issue 5 of Driftless (pictured below)The zine is finally here accompanying Amy's new record Elastic and we had the opportunity to talk to her about it.

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