How to avoid the heat wave: A guide to staying cool

There’s no shortage of cool things to do and enjoy during this time of year.

But there are also some things you should avoid doing in your area.

Read on to find out what you can do to stay cool.

First, make sure your home has an air conditioning system.

This is critical if you have a family member who likes to swim.

If your home doesn’t have an air-conditioning system, then you will need to be extra vigilant to make sure it’s up to scratch.

Air conditioning is very important to keeping you cool.

It will help keep your body cool and your mind calm.

For your safety, you’ll want to stay away from all outdoor activities.

The best way to stay warm is by staying inside.

For this, you should always keep your hands, face and eyes covered.

Keep your head and neck covered to protect your eyes and nose.

If you need to get outside, wear long sleeves and a hat to keep your skin from getting too warm.

If you live in a place where you can get a great deal of sun during the week, then it’s time to turn to your pool to keep you cool and safe.

If it’s sunny on a hot day, you may want to turn off your air conditioning.

But if the sun is shining and you want to cool down, then keep your eyes peeled for signs of heat.

A temperature of 37 degrees Celsius (101 degrees Fahrenheit) is not too hot, and you can be as cool as 37 degrees with just one glass of water.

If the water is very cold, you can still get the feel of the heat in your body, and it will feel a little uncomfortable.

It’s also important to avoid getting too hot.

If possible, do not swim.

Do not take your temperature and take a dip in the pool if you’re swimming.

If that’s not possible, turn off the air conditioning and try to cool yourself down by sitting on the cool side of the pool, using a pillow and a towel to keep cool, and going outside.

If this doesn’t work, then turn off any fan you may have and go to bed, or if you prefer, head to a bar or restaurant.

For the rest of us, it’s important to maintain a normal routine.

You should be spending time with family, watching TV or reading.

You may also want to exercise or take a nap, or at least try to avoid going outside at night.

If any of these are not in your plans, then get your water cooler up and get some fresh air in.

If the pool is not as crowded, then don’t worry too much about the heat.

However, if the temperature is too hot and you are swimming or lounging in your pool, you will feel the heat coming through your skin.

Keep in mind that if you are too hot in the morning, then the water in your swimming pool may start to turn red.

This can be a warning sign to look out for if you feel unwell.

Do your best to keep yourself cool, but don’t be surprised if your skin turns pink or itchy.

It is normal for people to get a little hot, but this isn’t normal.

You are at risk for developing heat stroke, so if you get a cold and feel unhealthier, seek medical attention.