Since its release, Frozen has been considered one of the best Disney animated films since The Lion King and for good reason.
The film dispels the fantasy of love at first sight and the “damsel in distress” trope that has plagued many Disney princess movies. But most importantly, it shows that nothing is more important than staying true to yourself and having confidence in your abilities.
Still, Frozen has a few more lessons to teach us, namely about Mondays and how we can stay motivated throughout the day.
As we all know, Mondays usually start out like this:
Three cheers for the most realistic depiction of what most of us look/feel like when we wake up.
And wouldn’t it be great if we could be more like Anna and possess her seemingly endless supply of optimism? Especially when she’s about to jump off a cliff…
Seriously, I want this girl as my life coach.
But if you’re feeling down, talk to your friends, and they’ll be sure to cheer you up! Or compliment a stranger, because it feels great to know that you’ve helped brighten someone else’s day:
And there’s nothing more motivating than feeling like 100 percent, which incidentally seems to have quite a lot to do with what you’re wearing…
As demonstrated by Anna’s excitement when she realizes she gets to wear a beautiful gown on coronation day:
And by Elsa’s transformation sequence:
We would also feel pretty amazing if we got to wear a dress like that.
Lesson: You aren’t you when you’re not wearing the clothes you like–they can grant you the superpower ability to take on one the most dreaded days of the week.
What are your favorite outfits to put a spring in your step?