Summer is a time for fun and relaxation; not sweat and heatwaves. Here’s a list of ways to stay cool while still having fun in the sun. 

It’s time to make some “cool” treats

The best way to survive the summer heatwave is to find a snack that will help keep you refreshed. For me, popsicles are always a colorful way to cool off. Now, you can make your own popsicles right from your kitchen with the help of popsicle molds.

By having a popsicle mold right at your fingertips, you can take your favorite ice cream, fruit, candy, or soda and make it into your favorite frozen treat. It can always be made as a healthier alternative to a regular popsicle, and it will easily cool you off when you are spending time outdoors. 

Let’s “mist” our way to a cooler summer

I have always wanted a way to bring my AC outdoors for a cooler environment. Unfortunately, that type of technology is not at my fingertips. However, a misting fan is the perfect way to feel like you are still indoors while spending time outdoors. 

A misting fan will help to keep you sweat free while also misting you with refreshing water. This will allow you to feel as if you are at the beach in your own backyard. Trust me, you will feel cool in no time. 

Do you have a “cool” towel?

If you are having to work outdoors this summer, this is the perfect item for you. Cooling towels are the best way to keep your body temperature down while doing physical activities. 

I have had one for years now and have loved bringing them to the beach, the gym, and hiking trails. It is the perfect way to keep the sweat away on days that are too hot to handle. 

The summer months may be hot, but they are perfect for relaxing and getting into a better mental state. So, stay “cool” this summer by finding ways to survive the heatwave in the face of the climate change.

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Hannah Walker is a health reporter at The Pavlovic Today.

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