5 Things To Do When The Temperature Hits 100 Degrees

What to do when the temperature in hits 100 degrees?

Reach for cover and do these five things:

1. Wear light-colored, loose fitting clothes and limit strenuous outdoor activities.

2. Slather on the sunscreen. The highest rating is generally best but minimum SPF35.

3. Wear a floppy hat.

4. Drink lots of water. Add a twist of lemon or lime for flavor.

5. Carry a hand or mini electrical fan – perfect for times when you have to wait on a hot platform for the subway.

My favorite summer hat -- Maynefoto

The warm weather doesn’t stick around very long so enjoy it as much as you can.


5 comments on “5 Things To Do When The Temperature Hits 100 Degrees

  1. I always have a hand fan in my bag.
    I haven’t found the perfect summer hat yet and summer left too soon here in the Philippines.

  2. The 5 tips are great. The hat is fabulous, a luxurious combination of materials.

  3. Thanks, Klassi! I live by those tips — yesterday was nearly 100 and humid! I almost didn’t want to leave the house.
    I get a lot of compliments on that hat, it serves me well.
    Thanks for visiting,

  4. Me too — I have several and I never leave home without one. How long does your summer last? I assumed you had summer almost year round.
    Thanks for visiting, Black Twig.

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