Once the warm glow of the holidays has worn off, we’re left facing a few more months of cold, short days before the weather brightens. For some of us, these months are tough. But Norwegians have invented the concept of koselig (which translates roughly to “cozy”) to not only make it through, but even enjoy winter. For Norwegians, the long winter is a time to revel in the type of comfortable warmth that can only be created at home when it’s really, really cold outside. This involves making hot meals, sharing comfortable nights in, and flaunting woolens. Adopting koselig is just one way to work this weather in your favor, though, and we’re glad to share a few other ideas.