Things to Expect in 2023

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2023 is here and there are many developments to look forward to this year. Here are just a few things to keep an eye on in 2023:

  1. The Winter Olympics: The Winter Olympics are scheduled to take place in Beijing in February 2023. This will be the first time that the Winter Olympics have been held in China, and it is sure to be a spectacular event (1).
  2. The Solar Eclipse: A total solar eclipse is set to occur on October 14, 2023, and it will be visible from parts of North America, South America, and Europe (2). This rare celestial event is not to be missed!
  3. The release of new technology: There are several new technologies expected to be released in 2023, including the highly anticipated Apple AR glasses (3). These glasses are expected to offer an augmented reality experience that could revolutionize the way we interact with technology.
  4. COVID-19 pandemic wind down: While it is difficult to predict exactly when the COVID-19 pandemic will come to an end, many experts are hopeful that the widespread distribution of vaccines will bring the pandemic under control in 2023 (4).
  5. The return of live events: With the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, it is likely that live events such as concerts, sporting events, and festivals will make a comeback in 2023. This will be a welcome return to normalcy for many people who have been missing out on these types of events.

Overall, 2023 is shaping up to be a year with a wide range of events and developments to expect. Whether you are interested in sports, technology, or just want to see the world return to a sense of normalcy, there is something for everyone to look forward to in 2023.

But what are you personally looking forward to? Tell us in the comments below.


  1. “Beijing 2022: Winter Olympics Dates, Venues, Events, Tickets, and More.” Sports Illustrated,
  2. “Total Solar Eclipse of 2023 Oct 14.”,
  3. Dredge, Stuart. “Apple’s AR Glasses: Release Date, Price and Features.” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 27 Oct. 2020,
  4. “COVID-19 Vaccines: What You Need to Know.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
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  1. Here is what to expect in 2023.

    – More of the same politics in Saint Lucia.
    – More of Shafting of the electorate.
    – More breaking of Government promises.
    – More of the failed government policies.
    – More mudslinging by politicians.
    – More Frustration by the electorate
    – More price incresidue to inflammation.
    – More things change, more it remains the

  2. Things to expect in 2023 is found written elsewhere under a similar caption; its thought provoking.

  3. If the government I support whole heartedly don’t put an end to the Choc Gros isket highway, nothing else matters, to hell with solar eclipse, who gives a fk. Why are they so slow to act, I cannot get it. And the information is left wanting. Miguel, Lisa, or Maundy. We want the UWP and Chastanet kept out but that is just not the way. I live at Babonneau and the roads are in urgent need of pot hole repairs. Where is Virginia, doesn’t she see that? I want this party to do better than what we kicked out but man, they are just not moving at the pace we would like. What about mini bus shelters along the way for bus passengers to shelter rain. Little things that mean a lot. Omg


    As always, we are busy making resolutions, predictions and whatever, we think will give us that feel good factor.
    I’ve stopped making resolutions, the most predictable ones are “weight lost and exercising”

    I would like to see the end to COVID19 or some sort of preventative vaccine and not forgetting the (FLU.) The total eclipse causes so much misinformation and religious fanatics idiom.

    The most challenging for the ST LUCIA GOVERNMENT is of course, (GUN VIOLENCE.) We are now 4 days into the 2023, would’nt it be wonderful to have a a day, week and month, homicide free in ST LUCIA.
    You mentioned the “WINTER OLYMPICS” in Beijing. The West are constantly reaching out to CHINA, yet they present a threat to the TAIWANESE NATION and the
    WEST. Their HUMAN RIGHTS record is appalling, yet we rely on CHINA for everyday household goods, tools, clothing and technology.

    I’m not making any predictions and will live my life in any direction which represents itself. I am optimistic and looking forward to up and coming events with caution. “YING and YANG”

  5. @ MARIE Joe.
    “Ying and Yang” to you too on this cold Winter morning.
    Agreed, why do the west trade so much with a nation for everything household, at the same time poses a ‘death and destruction’ to a much tiny, a very friendly nation that helps so many poorer nations with everything, name it;
    Why should the West participate in ‘Winter Olympics’ in a Country so hostile to another, and if we blink, the World would be sorry. That’s not a game to play with, the West must not allow itself to dose off on this; see what’s happening in Ukraine: God help us.


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