Look at Frosty go.
What: Don pine boughs and name tags that say Carol. Ring neighboring doorbells and demand eggnog. Plan B: Gather pom-poms and perform exuberant holiday cheer.
Why: You need to warm up your vocal cords.
When: You don’t know what a-wassailing is.
Where: Wherever your voice will carry you.
General Greene Grocery Opens
What: Stock up on homemade provisions (hummus, pickles, baby food, granola, grits, olives, anchovies) for the long winter.
Why: Order ham and Gruyere bread pudding to go (it’s a long journey home).
When: Daily, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Where: 229 Dekalb Ave., at Clermont Ave., Fort Greene (718-222-1510).
With a Belly Warmer
What: If you can’t get your hands on a Japanese yutanpo (hot water bottle), settle in with a bed warmer dressed in a cashmere sweater.
Why: A thrifty, nifty way to beat Con Ed.
When: Spooning just won’t cut it.
Where: Online at restorationhardware.com.
Money, Time, & Energy
What: Contact local orgs to volunteer at shelters, foster a lonely pet, serve lunch, and be part of The Holiday Project.
Why: The winter doesn’t have to feel so cold.
When: Carve out some free time.
Where: Think local.
Reborn Process Opens
What: Shop in your skivvies on model Hyoni Kang’s just-launched vintage e-shop. Or, sigh, dress and head to the brick-and-mortar.
Why: ’Tis the season to buy yourself what you actually want.
When: Mon.-Fri., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., 1-7 p.m.
Where: 35 Crosby St., b/t Broome & Grand Sts. (212-226-6306).
Photo: Powerhouse Museum Collection / Flickr