Here’s how I set goals and intentions for the year ahead using astrology, manifesting, affirmations and mantras in 7 easy steps. I’ve been doing method this for many years now, and it really works!
So whether you’re new to manifesting and setting goals and intentions, or if you’ve been doing it for a while.
I hope you learn from or are inspired by how I set my goals and intentions for the year ahead.
How I Set Goals & Intentions for the Year
I’ve turned how I set goals and intentions for the year ahead into a beautiful evening ritual of cleansing, reflecting and releasing the past year.
Before deciding what my values and mantra for the coming year will be. And then setting my goals and intentions for the year ahead.
There are seven steps involved: Reflect, Define, Values, Mantra, Goals & Intentions, Affirmations and Vision Boards.
I’ve developed this method from various books I’ve read such as LifePass by Payal Kadakia which is currently FREE on Audible and really affordable on Kindle.
The 6 Minute Succcess Journal by Dominik Spenst, which featured in my 2022 Gift Guide. As well as all the various books I’ve read on manifesting, moon cycles and intention setting – too many to name! Along with my own experience.
I highly recommend that you follow these steps using a pen and paper or journal, instead of doing them digitally.
There’s an extra magic and meaning when you physically write it down and make it happen. The digital detachment just doesn’t have the same feeling, meaning or power as committing pen to paper.
You Choose When
But first, you get to choose when you want to do this ritual and follow these steps to set your own goals and intentions for the year ahead. Because timing is everything, it can be as important and significant as you want it to be.
The year ahead can start any time you want it to. Here are some suggestions and ideas, with the significance behind them. See what timing resonates with you, and then move onto the next step.
The Calendar Year
There are many different opinions on when the best time to set goals and intentions is. Many people do it at the New (calendar) Year. And yet there are many arguments for why the New Year is not the best time to set goals and intentions.
The Astrological Year
If you’re into astrology, you can do it at the start of the astrological year on March 21st, which is Aries season, the first zodiac sign in astrology.
The Wheel of the Year
March 21st is also the start of Spring and the Spring Equinox in the Celtic Wheel of the Year – give or take a day or two. New signs of life, new beginnings such as spring always seem like a better time to set new goals and intentions than in the depth of winter, a dormant time of death before the rebirth of spring.
If you want to know more about the Celtic Wheel of the Year, the seasons, cycles and astrology, I highly recommend Kirsty Gallagher’s new book, Sacred Seasons.
You can also set your goals and intentions for the year on your birthday. It’s another way to measure your growth and manifest your future according to your age, instead of a calendar or astrological year.
If you like to work with the moon cycles, you can set your goals and intentions on the first new moon of the calendar year, which would either be the New Moon in Capricorn, or the New Moon In Aquarius.
You can set your goals and intentions on the New Moon in Aries, which is the first zodiac sign of the astrological year. Or the new moon of your own zodiac sign.
New Moons are a powerful time to set intentions, manifest your goals and put your dreams and wishes out into the Universe.
When I Set Goals & Intentions for the Year
In the past, I’ve set my goals and intentions for the year ahead on the New Moon in Aries, which is also my zodiac sign. With all the momentum of the universe, seasons, cycles and astrology behind my intentions. The goals I want to set and the things I want to manifest in my life for the year ahead.
New Moon in Capricorn
However, I changed things up in 2022 to harness the power of the New Moon in Capricorn, which always falls around this time of year, between December 22nd and January 19th.
Perfect for setting New Year goals and intentions. And here’s why: the Capricorn New Moon encourages you to focus on laying stable foundations, get clear on what you want and create an action plan.
This is exactly the kind of energy you want when setting goals and intentions for the year ahead.
According to author Kirsty Gallagher, “This new moon (in Capricorn) shows you that it’s not enough to simply dream and set intentions for the year ahead; you need to take action too. If you want things to be different in this next year, you need to do things differently.”
“You have to set a clear focus on what you want and what you will and won’t accept. Capricorn will bring you a determination to reach your life goals like never before and wants you to take your focus off what hasn’t been working, and instead put all your energy into what you want and how you will get there.” – Lunar Living Journal, Kirsty Gallagher
Quarter Moon in Aries
However, I didn’t set my goals and intentions on the New Moon in Capricorn, I did them on the First Quarter Moon a week later – which just happened to be in Aries, my zodiac sign.
First Quarter Moons bring energy, ideas, inspiration, motivation and a sense of tangible reality to your goals and intentions.
To bring your hopes, dreams, wishes and ambitions to fruition. I wanted to harness all of that goodness and infuse it into my goals and intentions for the year ahead.
Step 1: Reflection Questions
The best place to start is where you are right now. You don’t have to feel ready, you just need to know where you are, so you can figure out steps you need to take to get where you want to go.
The best way to do that is to reflect on the past year. These six reflection questions were inspired by author Jay Shetty on his podcast, On Purpose:
- What was my biggest challenge?
- What was unexpected this year? – this can be positive or negative, whatever comes to mind first
- What am I most proud of? – something you achieved or overcame
- What am I grateful for? – this can be a person, situation, anything!
- What lessons did I learn? – again, this can be positive or negative and doesn’t have to be long
- What was a good investment/spend? – this is important, because we often talk about what was a waste of our time, effort, energy or money. But knowing what worked, and what was worth our investment can show us the benefits of that and what else might be worth investing in in the coming year.
Step 2: Define Your Year
Next, define your past year in five words. This was taken from Payal Kadakia’s LifePass Method. If you’re doing this on the New Year you can write, “2022 was…” If you’re doing this on your birthday you can write, “35 was…” etc.
The words you choose can be negative and/or positive and are a snapshot that defines and sums up your year. Here’s mine, as an example:
2022 was: unpredictable, unhealthy, intense, transformative, clarifying
Once you’ve defined your past year, now use five words to define what you want the year ahead to be. Using the same format according to the year, your age etc.
Make sure the words you choose to define your year are positive and what you want to focus on. Ideally you want these words to be the same at the end of the coming year. Again, here’s mine as an example:
2023 will be: healthy, stable, authentic, creative, growth
Step 3: Values
According to the best-seller 6 Minute Success Journal, “Values are the solid foundation for your goals. If you determine what your personal values are, you can then create the ideal starting point for your goals. Your values are the most important basis of your actions.”
So if your actions are in line with your values, you’ll be more motivated to achieve your goals and experience more satisfaction when you do.
Next, choose five values you want to live by in the year ahead and become the foundation of your goals. Here are mine as an example:
Health, authenticity, spirituality, passion and meaningful progress
Step 4: Mantra
You can do this now, or you can do this as your last step. Create a mantra for the year ahead. This will be useful when you feel discouraged, out of alignment or when you need to make a decision. It should be a short, inspiring statement.
Use your mantra to see if the choices and decisions you need to make align with it, or to lift you up and get back on track with your goals.
My previous mantras have included, “consume less, create more” in 2020, “forge don’t follow” in 2021 and “work smarter, not harder” in 2022 . For 2023 my mantra is: nourish and nurture to create and grow, or simply NOURISH.
Step 5: Set Goals & Intentions
Instead of just jotting down whatever you want to manifest, goals or intentions you want to set. I recommend dividing this step into different categories, which I’ll list below.
This brings much more balance and purpose to all areas of your life. Instead of neglecting one or some areas of your life, such as friends and family. Because you’re so focused on your career goals, for example.
When setting goals and intentions, stay true to your values and what you really want in this next year.
It’s helpful to know what your long term plans and goals are, so you know the ultimate destination in 5 or 10 years time. And then use this next year’s goals and intentions to work towards that.
Use positive words in the present tense. Be specific and realistic, and make them measurable and achievable. Set your goals and intentions under these headings:
- Personal & Spiritual – it’s always got to start with you
- Mind & Body – mind and body wellness is so crucial when it comes to achieving all your other goals
- Friends & Family – this includes relationships and children
- Work & Career – or Business & Career if you own or want to own your own business
- Money & Finances – always be specific when it comes to money!
- Home & Travel – one might be more important than the other at different times in your life, or you might want a balance of both
You can focus on one, two or even three of these areas in your life, but the aim is to create a healthy balance in all areas – whatever that looks like for you.
You might really focus on money and finances if you’re saving for a mortgage, wedding, honeymoon, college fund or business investment.
Friends, Family & Relationships if you’re newly single, getting married or growing your family. Home could be your focus if you’ve just moved or bought a house.
Travel could be anything from travelling the world, country or continent to going on vacation with your loved one, friends or family.
Step 6: Affirmations
An affirmation is a positive statement that you can use or repeat to re-frame your negative thoughts to a positive mindset.
I’m a huge fan of affirmations, as they are such a powerful yet simple tool to change your mindset and change your life.
Step 6 is to create powerful affirmations to motivate and encourage you to achieve the goals and intentions you’ve set out for the year ahead.
When writing affirmations, make sure to keep it positive, and keep it in the present tense, using words like I am, I have and I will. Try to infuse your affirmations with the excitement, emotions and energy of having already achieved everything you set out to do.
It’s not a statement of something you want, or hope to have. It’s an affirmation, a confirmation of what you will do, be, have and achieve.
You can start with, “This year I will…” Or be more specific with the timing, such as: “In 2023 I have, I will, I am etc.”
Just make sure it’s realistic and achievable, otherwise you won’t truly believe it’s possible and negative thoughts and doubts will creep in.
Step 7: Vision Boards
I’m going to do a separate post on vision boards, because they are so much fun to do. But also incredibly powerful when it comes to manifesting!
Some people skip all the reflection, writing down goals and setting intentions and skip straight to vision boarding. Personally I like to do this step last.
Again, more details will be in a future blog post. Or maybe even a work shop or master class. But you only want to put images on your vision board that truly excite you and bring the future you want to create to life!
I highly recommend going digital for this step! You have the whole internet at your finger tips to source images and inspiration for your vision board, using free websites such as Pinterest, Canva or Milanote.
Write your affirmations, mantras, values and key defining words on your vision board. Get creative and get excited – I can’t stress that enough.
Every image you find should really excite and inspire you, so much! And if it doesn’t, don’t put it on your vision board! Here’s a sneak peek at some of my vision board.
And finally, this step is optional. But if you’re into tarot, oracle or affirmation cards or runes you can pull a card or rune for the year ahead.
Depending on the type of card, it could give you your mantra for the year. Oracle or affirmation cards are great for that, it’s where I got my “forge don’t follow” mantra. I love The Mantra’s affirmation cards by Roxie Nafousi x The Head Plan.
You can pull a card for extra wisdom and guidance for each category of your goals and intentions. Make a note of them in your journal, or put them on your vision board.
Revisit & Reassess
I really hope you found how I set my goals and intentions for the year helpful. I’d absolutely love to know what you thought of it and the steps I’ve shared.
I love all this kind of stuff and it genuinely gets me so excited for a new, fresh start! And the best thing is, you can do this any time.
Make sure you refer back to everything we’ve covered in this post throughout the coming year. Revisit and reassess your goals, values and vision board.
Don’t be afraid to make adjustments. As you work towards some goals, you may realise they’re not what you want any more.
That’s okay, that’s good! Now you know, and you can use your time, energy and intention to focus on working towards another, or a new goal instead.
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Lynne K says
What a brilliant post thank you! You mention a few things I think I will add to my rituals. And a fantastic prize!! In 2023 I intend on focusing deeply on meaningful self care with a goal of feeling stronger and healthier and through this self awareness and personal development I will manifest myself a completely new career path
Kellie Rains says
New career beginnings, and the start of caring for my curly hair children’s hair well
Really helpful post! Plan tomorrow is to get myself set up for a successful year by ensuring I plan and schedule time for self care and growth
Hi Gabriella, this is a great post! I used to work like this when I was much younger, , and over the years the concept got kinda buried in my mind and forgotten – your post reminded of the power of visualising and affirmations. So I’d like to thank you very much. All the best from Galway, may your dreams and wishes come true!
My goal as we go into the third year of the pandemic is to regulate myself with morning meditation agaib. I used to do anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes of meditation a day. I’m so dysregulated from panic attacks because I am immuno compromised that meditation I feel is no longer working and I stopped. But I’m going to make it a goal of self-care again because it is my purest form of self-care coming as a child from deep trauma and neglect. so my intentions are going to be meditating, and also borrowing a tip from Shintoism and Cleaning TikTok that beautifying your space is an act of self care and a neurobiological need just like sleep. So for me that means it although I live in chronic pain and my energy levels are very unpredictable, you might want to look up spoon theory on the small chance that you don’t know what it is, and I only have so many spoons on any given day. I punish myself by not allowing myself to fall into deep rest and relaxation because of horrible childhood programming . I’m going to continue to diligently apply myself to cleaning and beautifying my apartment for ME as best I can. I have not given myself any grace for feeling like crap for the last month and not doing anything.
So my other intention and goal is going to be to allow myself to deprogram myself from 30 years of abuse that I cannot rest unless my place is sparkling and perfect. I am disabled and I deserve rest. My other intention daily is going to be to tell myself that. Rest, rest, rest.
So my rituals will be focused on slow meditation, slow cleaning, and slow organization. It’s hard because I struggle with poverty and that’s a huge source of anxiety for me so I love this whole idea of resetting or rather re-introducing rituals. Back in 2017 I was so good with my morning rituals and so healthy. And then the pandemic happened.
My other ritual is I must must must find an online evening slow yoga class so that I can begin again to sleep.
Melissa C says
Amazing post as always Gabriella! So looking forward to more wellness content!
Love this post. Been thinking of 2023 goals all week & this is a great post for me to really work through them. THANK YOU! A goal I am going to achieve is putting myself first & to stop prioritising work all the time. My health is my wealth!
Amanda Holley says
Hey girlie, I very much enjoy your blog posts and also you Instagram videos. I have grown a lot over the course of two years from when I began my curly journey. Thanks for all of your help. You are such a beautiful person and have an ability to help others. You will be missed from my social media feed but I will keep up with your blog posts instead. I totally get the need to step away and take time for yourself. Happy New Year! And for me I do not really have any resolutions but would like to make more time for myself as well. So we shall see.
As always, thanks for your wonderful content and being personal. One of my goals is to ask for help more.
Tamie Carlson says
Thanks Gabriella, great post! For 2023 I am going to focus on my health. Hoping to lose a few pounds and put in place an exercise regime that is sustainable. Happy New Year!
Thank you Gabriella for such a wonderful and inspiring post. I think in 2023 I am going to begin to look after myself more and avoid the burnout I have been feeling from work and prioritising this above all other things. X
Brenda Henderson says
Loved that post Gabriella, thank you for your time and inspiration seems like a good time to start planning with my birthday in a few days I will definitely miss you on social media, you have been such a great help to me Happy New Year hope you get everything you deserve and more
One thing in your post that makes so much sense to me is resetting your “new year” at spring equinox. I love to garden, and honestly that’s when I feel most energized and creative. Right now so many around me are clearing out their homes, starting exercise routines, and bustling with energy. I just want to cozy up in front of the fire, read books, watch tv. Both my parents died this time of year, and I find I need this time to reflect and recharge.
The last six months have been centered around my elderly MIL illness, multiple hospitalizations, rehab, and sadly her death mid December. We are now in the long process of going through her belongings and preparing her home for sale. (Which is also making me anxious to deal with excess possessions so my children are not burdened with this task)
I’ll concentrate on goal setting and renewal come March, when it feels more natural.
I understand that you want to step back from social media, but I will miss your stories. I love that you show your real self, and you’ve made me laugh so many times. I wish happiness and contentment in 2023 for you, your family, and your new fellow.
Be secure in myself and not care what size I am on my wedding day in July.
Such a thought provoking post. Thank you for reminding me to look after myself and revisit what I want and need for 2023.
Ann Page says
Happy New Year! Hope 2023 is all you hope & dream of. Will miss you on social media, but I will use your blog more instead. Take care xx
Betty Ann says
Thank you for this post, Gabriella. I have been avoiding envisioning 2023 – mostly because my plate is already so full – and your post has me digging into my resistance and rethinking my priorities. I have so many things I want to accomplish in 2023 but my number one intention is making time for my emotional, physical, and spiritual health.
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This was a great read with lots of useful information, thank you. Following an opportunity that recently came up at work, I plan to focus on developing my career this year. It’s way out of my comfort zone and I know it won’t be easy for me, but I really feel I need to do it.
All the best to you & yours for 2023.
My affirmation, vision, plan (I’m not sure what to call it) for the year ahead is to have patience, to pause before I react, to model calm and stability, not reactivity and out-of-controlness. So hard with small children!
My goal is to slow down and learn to say no if it doesn’t fill my cup. Thanks as always for the informative post!
I never really thought about it, I have always gravitated to the academic calender, and when you said about following luna cycles, I realised, the academic calender feels more in tune to me as I’m an August baby. Last year, I stood up and advocated for my own mental health, it did have a significant impact, however using that, this year I am manifesting towards completing my second year of nursing and starting my third, health and happiness for my family and me. My new mantra change your plans to suit, not your dreams. Lot’s of love for 2023 Gabriella, your blog posts and stories have helped me more than you can imagine over the last few years. xx
Love the post and the layout❤️
Happy New Year
This year I would like to be more present, moving my body and being in a healthy weight. I want to build and keep healthy habits.
Claire Hammett says
My goal is to set up the business I want to pursue, so that I can have time with my toddler and my elder children 19 and 21..A children’s shoe shop…and eventually work toward getting my own little house rather than renting..and to be at peace with my past, enjoy the here and now and look forward to the future xx
I love this post and reflecting on 2022 is definitely something I need to sit and do in order to enjoy 2023.
My goal for this year is to love myself and make myself feel better (lose weight, drink less) so that by December I feel like a different person.
To have new career opportunities and be content in myself and life in general.
Thanks a lot for this post Gabriella! I do goal and intention setting every year, thank you for sharing all these tools.
Claire Hammett says
I’m wanting to start a bussiness (a childrens shoe shop) been planning and planning but maybe I need to be brave and just go for it! I wish to work for myself so I’m in control and can be present for my 2 year old but also for my elder children 21 and 20. I would love to get to point I can buy my own little house rather than renting. I wish to be at peace with my past, enjoy the here and now and really look forward to the future and what it may bring xx
Excellent post — so much great inspiration! Thank you and Happy New Year!
Love the post!
I want to focus on my health and spend as much time with family and friends as possible.
And I want to create a new vegetable garden 🙂
Happy New Year!!
So happy to see you back in action!! Seeing your post, I also ordered the book you mentioned, Life Pass! I am following the process to set my intentions, what I want out of life and want to create it this year for myself and my family. Thank you for being an inspiration and sharing your life with us.
Laura Williams says
2023s goal is to slow down, be more present and to let go of the little annoyances as much as I can.
I try not to overthink my goals cause I’m the type of person to set too high expectations for myself but a vague idea is good 🙂
Bonnie Jo Rohrbaugh White says
Wonderful blog about setting goals & intentions! Thank you for sharing
Mari Therese Finn says
Great tips, thank you for taking the time to write and share! Wishing you and your loved ones a wonderful 2023!
Tyler Jones says
I’m going to go through this tomorrow, can’t wait!
For my 2023 I’m manifesting fun, family and future-looking.
Amy McLoughlin says
This post resonates with me so much. I try most years to build up my gratitude and continue to look after myself, it’s a struggle at times but the main thing is we try and try again, and we rise up the women around us and help each out when we’re down and out and even when we’re winning. I’m beyond grateful that I discovered Curl Maven it’s been so freshing to learn to love my hair again.
Have a happy new year. My goal is to be more focus on the things that make me happy and confident
This year I will keep my exercise routine consistent even when life gets hectic Will also try to protect my curls every night instead of on wash day alone
Honestly, I am going to purposely make the focus this year on my family. The last 3 years have been so trying on everyone that I speak with, and I want to help. I want to see everyone find happiness and some sort of clarity again. My children need help as well. So my focus is to help them navigate through this world with the best of my ability, without losing who they are, and keeping kindness at the top of their priority list. Then they will be able to help others, and meet others in need with kindness, and hopefully it will spread and heal some of the pain we have all experienced as a whole.
Love your work Gabriella!!
I love this, thank you so much for sharing!
This blog post is very enlightening and gives me the courage to try setting goals in a different way. I found the post with taking care of your curls if you have anxiety and depression, as I struggle with both and there I times I struggle doing just the basic and necessary things for myself. I greatly enjoy reading your posts and they are very informative and inspirational. It is good knowing we are not going through the struggle of mental health alone.
Hi Gabriella, wow, such a beautifully informative post. Thank you. You have given me wonderful new ideas of how to make a ritual out of setting manifestations & mantras & giving gratitude. Something I had never thought of doing.
What a beautiful evening I am going to have!
I love the idea of pulling an Oracle/ Tarot card….
I will unwrap the dusty silks….. its been a long time.
I will sit beneath the next full moon….. & set in action the life I will have.
I will be kinder to myself…. I am enough.
I will place a picture of Pompei on my board….I have wanted to go since I learned about it in primary school….I am 60!
I will finish my journey & finally reach my desired weight goal….. Its been a long road.
I will continue to be inspired by you…. you have such a lovely way with the written word & so very informative.
I wish you joy, happiness & prosperity for your coming year.
I wrote down my intentions for 2022 at the start of last year and no word of a lie, I lost the page and only found it in December. 85% of the goals I had actually achieved. I truly believe I sent a message to the universe and it answered. It was a bloody tough year but it ended so good! Love this post and will def be incorporating some of the ideas into this years intentions ❤️
This year I want to manifest health, happiness and to be a good mom to my little girl.
Need to try the tips above to help focus me.
Elizabeth S. says
I really enjoyed reading this post. You have so many helpful ideas here. Did you know that the spring equinox actually is New Year in some cultures? For example, Newroz, Kurdish New Year, falls on the spring equinox.
Also, the spiritual worker I consult told me that Aries is in Jupiter until spring, which to paraphrase, she said can be good for going after your goals, especially if you have Aries featuring prominently in your chart.
As someone disabled by chronic health conditions, I often find the idea of New Year’s resolutions overwhelming, as I never know how much my health is going to disrupt my plans. I often have to temper my “I will” statements because I know that my health may disrupt my life in ways I can’t predict or control. I hope it’s okay, but I wanted to share this post in case it’s helpful for other people who might feel overwhelmed when trying to set goals for the New Year. https://www.washingtonpost.com/wellness/2022/12/30/disability-new-years-resolutions/
Wishing you all the best in the New Year! Thank you so much for taking the time to write such an extensively detailed piece about how you set your goals for the year ahead! I particularly enjoyed the part about the vision boards.
This year my goal is to focus on my creative and spiritual growth. I love this method you have developed! Creative and inspiring as always <3
Thank you Gabriella for everything you do! I only found you a few months ago, but you’ve been so helpful in getting me to a point where I’m finally comfortable in living with my “real” hair and not desperately trying to turn it into something it is not. It’s a turning point of finally being comfortable being the real me.
I read every comment posted, and I too would like to put as much attention into myself as I have to work, family, friends. I have always put my needs on hold while I take care of others. Last year, after some health issues, I shifted my eating habits and feel so much better. It was one step but I’m so proud I stuck with it. Now I need to make an actual plan for how I’m going to prioritize other things that make me happier, healthier, calmer.
stacey Rowland says
Love this! Thank you for sharing This year for me is all about manifesting the right home for me, my partner and our four boys. This, as well as starting my new career in the curly hair industry. I finally invested in myself in November and completed a curly hair stylist course, so this year I will be doing different courses in cutting and working towards setting up my own business ✂️➿️
Laura Martinez says
Great read! This year I really want to focus on my health. Now that I’m getting closer to my mid forties, I’m just not feeling like myself. I need to work on feeling better and being happier with myself. Hope you and your family have a great 2023.
So grateful for all I have and hopeful for the year ahead! Also thankful for discovering you and all your curly hair knowledge. Almost 2 years into my journey and hair is transforming
Donna Griffiths says
I’ve always believed in manifestation!.
It truly works o also use positive affirmations through Hypnotherapy and listen to Minds in union everyday to keepy grounded a d clear any negativity. This one has been instrumental in changing my whole mental health.
Some great info here Gabriella, thanks for bringing awareness!.
Maricris Valdez says
Your posts have always been a great resource for me. I’m focusing on my wellbeing and financial health this year.
Happiest of New Years! I have just recently found your post and I’m very glad I did.
Love this post! Some of these I have done, others are things I have wanted to try, and the rest is totally new to me. My goal for this year is to try something new, like vision boards. I have never done a vision board, but have been interested in learning how to do them. So thanks for inspiring me!