7 Tips for Making 2023 Your Best Year Yet!

I had someone ask me to tell them my secret for living such an amazing life and being so happy all the time.

The truth is I’m not happy ALL the time, but I do tend to be happier more often than most people I know.

So, I decided to come up with my top 7 tips for how to make 2023 the best year yet:

1. Set realistic goals:

It can be easy to get caught up in the excitement of a new year and set unrealistic goals that are impossible to achieve. Instead, take some time to think about what you want to accomplish this year and create achievable mini-goals. Consider what steps you need to take to reach your goals, and break them down into smaller tasks.

2. Take time for yourself:

It’s important to make time for yourself and take breaks from all the responsibilities and commitments you have. Take some time to relax and recharge, get enough sleep, and exercise regularly.

3. Make time for relationships:

Connecting with friends and family can be a great way to reduce stress and improve your mental health. Make time for the people you care about, and don’t forget to nurture your relationships.

4. Learn something new:

Whether it’s a skill or a hobby, learning something new can help open up a new world of possibilities and increase your confidence.

5. Get organized and de-clutter:

Organization is key when it comes to achieving your goals. Create a plan, set reminders, and make lists to stay on track.

6. Take risks:

Taking risks can be scary, but they can also open up new opportunities and help you reach new heights. Consider what risks you’re willing to take in 2023 and don’t be afraid to take the leap.

7. Have fun: Life is too short to be serious all the time:

Take some time to do the things that you love and have fun. 2023 can be your best year yet, so make the most of it!

~ Bella

Ms Bella St John aka Luxurious Nomad


Ms (Leigh) Bella St John’s career to date is that of achievement strategist, executive coach, professional speaker, and a leading authority on finding innovative solutions, ‘abundance thinking’, virtual communication, and remote leadership.