What’s Your Word for 2023?

As we look to the new year, what is your word going to be for 2023?

I’m thankful today for my word from last year, “ALIGNMENT”.  I am also incredibly grateful that I found my word for this year, “BELIEVE”.

It is so powerful to live with an intention.  I love how Steven Covey always says, “Start with the end in mind.” What is the end you hope to see come to fruition in 2023? What word will get you there?

As I reflect on this past year, I see so clearly how my life was blessed in so many ways by focusing on alignment.    As 2022 started, I knew I wanted to stay focused on Christ, on my family, on my missions to this world and to show up every day in alignment with my divine self.  I am definitely still a work in progress, but some incredible things came to pass in my life this past year, and I know my intention of “alignment” was part of the reason why.  I’m so grateful for the things I’ve learned as I made a focused intention to strive for alignment every day of 2022.

I’ve been letting the question, “What is my word for 2023?”, ruminate in the back of my mind for the past few weeks.  I went to lunch with a dear friend and as our conversation flowed from topic to topic, I noticed a theme… TRUST.  I need to: trust the process; trust myself; trust that the things I’ve put in place will be lucrative; trust the timing; trust my abilities; ultimately trust that God is in control of it all.  I recognized the importance of surrender as it applies to trust and felt super excited I found my word.  Then, yesterday I was able to make a spontaneous trip to the temple.  I have had many things on my mind and was very grateful for the lag in my schedule that allowed for some needed time of spiritual connection. As I sat in the chapel waiting for my session to start, the word “BELIEVE” came like a persistent whisper into my mind.  I had the impression that my word of intention for 2023 was a bit deeper than trust.  Trust was absolutely a part of it, but as I contemplated the word “believe” I felt impressed that there is an active element of hope and faith intertwined in the word “BELIEVE”.  I recognized a subtle shift in the energy behind the word Trust and Believe, and am very grateful for this guidance as I embark on 2023. 

I would love to hear what your word for 2023 is going to be.  What was your word last year? Did you see the power of it bless your life in 2022?

Happy New Year Friends!!


Rooting for you always,

Candice Noss


I’m filling up my next Body Love Group.  I received this beautiful message from a client, “Thank you for you help.  I really appreciate you and I believe you are inspired as you interact with me.  I feel so much better and I actually feel lighter.  Emotional weight is as heavy and as cumbersome as physical weight.  Letting that go is making me feel so much lighter and my body is following.  I know you are right where you are, doing what you are supposed to be doing.  Thank you for listening to the guidance of Heavenly Father that you should do this work.  I think you do it in a way no one else could.  I’ve worked with many other people and had variable success, but I never knew how to apply the principles when things get hard. I never knew how to deal with it when the cravings hit and what’s really going on.  I am definitely having more success in this than I’ve ever had in my life.  Thank you.” If this resonates with you or if this triggers thoughts of someone I might be able to help, send them my way!!

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