Learning to Enjoy the Cold Weather When You Dont Really Like It

By Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

Being a professional moving company in Little Rock, we know that moving from a warm-weather place to a chilly climate is usually jarring --- teeth-chattering, one could declare. Naturally, you realized it is colder than the spot where you used to reside, but you didn't realize exactly how distinct almost everything in your life could well be. Forget about snatching your car keys and running out the door with only bluejeans and a T-shirt on. Oh no. You must wear a variety of wintry gear before you go outside the house. You can forget about leaving the windows wide open for hours on end to get marvelous fresh air moving through your residence. No, you will need to leave the windows locked and switch up the furnace.

Goodness! Where to start? Well, what you must do is discover ways to enjoy the frigid weather even though you don't genuinely like it. If you learn to embrace the cold temperatures instead of thinking of it as your foe, you just may find that there are areas of it that you enjoy! And even if it turns out that you do not grow to love the wintry weather, you might use a few coping mechanisms which will make it more tolerable.


A comfortable home goes a long way in the direction of making your area comfy and warm and increases your general sense of well-being. Avoid the minimalist look - it will make your abode appear and feel cold. Winter weather cozy conjures images of plump sofas in luxurious material, soft throw pillows, area rugs or carpet.

Position some comfy lined slippers beside the front door. Walking on bare wooden floors or tile can be extremely unpleasant in the wintertime, specifically if you aren't accustomed to it. Carpeting your home or purchasing a few area rugs or throw rugs should go a long way in the direction of keeping your toes toasty and will help your home feel cozier.

Bake something. Keeping the oven on will warm your abode…and, the magnificent aroma of fresh bread or cookies in the oven is definitely simply soothing. You will feel much better.

Get insulating windows treatments, such as honeycomb blinds or heavy drapes, to block the cold.

If you have a fireplace, use it! Nothing is more inviting than resting on the couch, sipping some hot chocolate, with a crackling fire going. Electric powered fireplaces do the trick, as well.


Going outside if you are not outfitted for it is miserable, so be prepared for the frigid weather when it is time to venture out. Invest in some sweatshirts, sweaters, down jacket, waterproof lined boots, wool socks, hats, scarves, and gloves or mittens. Wearing toasty layered apparel makes the cold weather a lot more bearable.


No, it's not possible to go swimming outdoors…however the winter weather presents quite enjoyable outdoor options that you simply don't have in hot weather - including, snow. Learn to embrace the snow and enjoy it. As opposed to thinking of snow only as a burden (shoveling, scraping your windshield, driving on slick streets), think of all the fun times it could offer. Watch kids playing in the snow. They LOVE it…building snowmen, a fort, having a snowball fight, creating snow angels, going sledding, or simply sliding down a slope on a piece of cardboard. Delight in your inner kid and play.

Try ice skating. It's a great activity and might really get the heart pumping, which will increases your body temperature. Should you get efficient at it, the fluid and repeated movement are extremely relaxing. It's a fantastic way to meet people, as well. If you are more daring, opt for skiing or snowboarding. Many mountain regions have snow schools which offer lessons in the essentials. While you glide down the mountain, you can't help but be affected by the magnificence of nature all over the place. You are going to feel invigorated.

Take it from us, your professional movers in Little Rock, of course, moving from a hot to a cold climate usually takes getting accustomed to. But in the case that is where you end up, you might as well attempt to enjoy what it can offer. As they say, "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em!"


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