First, a few reasons why snow shoveling is an activity that should be avoided at all costs:
1. It's Meaningless, Meaningless, All is Meaningless!
But seriously, when it's actively snowing, you could spend your life shoveling your driveway because by the time you've finished it's time to start shoveling again! Even if it's not snowing, a breeze could cause all of your neat piles of snow to drift and fill your driveway up again.
2. It's Dangerous.
Frostbite, Hypothermia, Risk of slipping on ice or slippery snow and breaking a bone or getting a concussion. You might accidentally lock yourself out of your house and freeze to death before you find a way back in. You could strain a muscle in your back and be laid up for days, which would lead to a complete exhaustion of all reasonably good shows on Netflix.
3. It's Not Very Fun.
At the moment, I can think of at least five things that are more fun that shoveling snow out of your driveway: Eating, Reading a Book, Shopping, Sewing, Dishwashing, and Cuddling.
Alternatives to Shoveling your Driveway:
1. Hire Someone to Plow Your Driveway Instead.
Very attractive, but this costs money.
2. Buy a car that can drive through snowbanks with the greatest of ease.
This probably costs even more money than option #1.
3. Move to somewhere where it never snows.
I'm 100% in support of this option.
4. Stay home until Spring.
I would almost be okay with this but it's probably not feasible for the majority of society.
5. Convince your pet Bear to do it for you.
I mean, after all, a bear's coat is very thick and well-designed to withstand freezing temperatures, don't you think? Make him earn his keep!