Olaf’s Guide to Being a Happy Snowman

Can you feel it? The cool, crisp sting of Winter is in the air. The lights are being hung, the gingerbread is baking, and the snow is a-falling from the sky. Everything is merry! Right? WRONG!


Sure, winter is a wonderful time of the year. But, let’s be honest: three months of cold, wet weather can start to affect a person’s mood. It’s only a matter of time before that fluffy, white snow outside your window starts to look a little gray, and all you want to do is beg Elsa to bring back summer.


Luckily, we’ve devised a simple step-by-step guide to combat your winter blues and help you stay happy, warm, and healthy this winter. This is Olaf’s guide to being a happy snowman:


1. Ask for warm hugs and you shall receive.

Olaf cuddles his cheek up to Sven's cheek during a scene from Disney's Frozen.
It’s as simple as that. There’s no shame is saying “Hey, there’s a very real possibility that I might have frost bite. Would you mind giving me a warm hug?”


2. Bubble baths are a must.
Olaf hot chocolate bath.
Don’t feel bad about giving the cold shoulder to your shower this winter. A relaxing bubble bath will warm you up and soothe your mood.


3. Don’t lose your head at the first sign of snow.
At the end of the day, an inch or two of snow is nothing to stress about. An inch or two of yellow snow on the other hand…


4. Spend time outside with friends.
It’s hard to have a conversation when your teeth are chattering. So make sure you (and your loved ones) are appropriately dressed before embarking on your next snow-filled adventure.


5. Turn up the heat.
Olaf touching fire
There’s nothing like the crackle of a nice, warm fire after spending all day in the snow. Just remember: don’t touch it!


6. Stop and smell the roses.
Olaf loves flowers!
Wishing for warmer weather won’t make it any less cold. So why not try to enjoy what winter has to offer? Take a little time to see how beautiful the winter can be.


7.  Appreciate the little things.
Olaf looking shy under his own flurry cloud.
Whether it’s your own personal flurry or the cute coat you just got for Christmas, sometimes it’s the smallest things in life that warm your heart the most.


8. Give yourself something to look forward to.
Olaf basking in the sun at the end of his song, "In Summer."
Since you’re probably not getting gorgeously tanned in winter, start planning your summer getaway early. Preferably somewhere warm and sunny.


So there you have it. Eight easy ways to make this holiday season warm and wonderful! What’s your favorite thing to do during winter? Let us know in the comments!

Posted 7 years Ago
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