There is absolutely nothing wrong with that goal.
However, there are a few teeny tiny problems though…
Happiness is not something that is tangible.
Happiness means different things to different people.
Happiness is not something that can be measured like weight or saving money.
Which is why most coaches roll their eyes, babble on about how happiness can’t be a goal, and demand clarity when someone says that they want to be happy.
I’m a Hallmark loving Disabled Army Veteran who has been an executive in multiple industries, I’ve taught at the college level, and I’m a certified personal coach (certified in Relationships, Life, Professional, Spiritual, Hypnotic, and Bereavement).
I’ve read hundreds of books about personal development, human potential, dating, and relationships. Honestly most of them make me roll my eyes and shake my head because they make something so simple way too complicated, they invent outrageous rules, and give you all kinds of useless advice.
Every woman’s path and journey is different.
However, the bottom line is that you want a good life, a happy life.
A decade of coaching has taught me that when women create harmony in three specific areas they feel happy, fulfilled, and even euphoric.