Date: Saturday, April 6, 2019
Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Place: Awakenings, 4001 North Ravenswood Avenue, Suite 204, Chicago, IL 60613
Our lives can be cluttered with chaos, confusion, stress, heavy workloads, taking care of family and bills, maintaining our health — mentally, emotionally or physically, or just dealing with unresolved issues in general. We are consistently repeating this hamster wheel on a daily basis. People, places, and things can pull us in a direction that can set us up for unhappiness if we are not careful.
What does it mean to find joy, peace, and happiness despite the challenges that life can bring? What do you need to take off your plate without worry or fear of it all tumbling down? What do you consistently do on a daily basis to take care of you, you and you alone, without regret or guilt? In what ways do you show you that you love you?
Each day can be different for us and bring on new challenges. Regardless of what the day brings, we need to make sure that our head, heart and soul is taken care of. Learn how to truly love you by keeping your cup filled. You are worthy of the best that life has to offer!
About Vicki L. Hudson-Stapleton
Vicki is a transformations trainer with 20 plus years experience in the field. She has the ability to help one re-examine and move beyond their past, reach their full potential, and build a strong foundation to restore, renew and reclaim their life. She is able to push beyond boundaries, sort through clutter with the most challenging of mindsets, and see patterns where others see complexities.
It is her mission in life to not only help others find direction, but know the deepest truth of who they are, and that peace, comfort and healing – despite past and present challenges – can occur. She is an advocate for the healing and development of all people.
Vicki has trained thousands of participants, and has designed and presented a multitude of training workshops throughout the Chicagoland area, centered around self-awareness, self-love and healthy esteem building (just to name a few). She attended Columbia College Chicago, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, and Roosevelt University where she received her Master of Arts in Training and Development.