The cold weather is coming.
I can feel it in the air.
The temperatures have already significantly dropped, and like many, the heat has been turned on a few times this year.
While many people seem to complain about winter, I have found myself loving it.
While this has not always been the case, the winter months have quickly become something I look forward to every year.
When it comes to how I learned to love winter, well that is quite the story.
HOW I LEARNED TO LOVE WINTER
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You see, the winter months truly are filled with beauty, magic, and fun.
While that can be difficult to see through all the frost build up on your windows, it is the truth.
The first step I took when it came to learning to love winter, was taking the time to truly appreciate it for what it is.
I had to change my thinking from negative to positive.
I had to look out my window and see the natural beauty in the cold months.
I had to change the way I saw the snow.
No longer was it the heavy burden it once was, but instead I saw it as a gorgeous, sparkly, soft addition to my lawn.
I learned to love winter by getting out and enjoying it.
There was no reason to stay inside so I started making a point to have a winter bucket list prepared each year.
Giving myself fun winter activities to do both indoors and outside was a great way to augment my thinking.
Loving winter also came with loving the hygge lifestyle.
The winter months are the perfect time for that.
Now, I find myself constantly looking forward to the beauty that comes with winter.
I actually crave seeing the snow softly falling on my lawn.
I look forward to going skiing, snowboarding and completing my winter bucket list.
I find myself excited to cozy up with a great book, under a fuzzy blanket on a cold day.
Learning to love winter was actually easier than I thought.
All I needed to do was simply shift my thinking.
I needed to see the beauty of the season.
I needed to give myself activities to do and goals to achieve that make me happy to see the seasons change.
I needed to build a lifestyle of comfort.
Now that I have learned to love winter, I can not wait to build a snowman.
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