Fun Ways To Beat The Summer Heat At Home

Beat The Summer Heat

Summer season is usually spent outdoors. And right now, you're probably wishing that you were in a beach sipping your favorite shake and taking a dip in the cool, cold water. Well, you’re not alone. Summer time should be spent with the people closest to you, may it be just lounging in front of your house and taking in the summer breeze, or enjoying the sunset view by the shore or at the beach. But with the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, being outdoors and doing things we usually do during summer might just be impossible. 

Luckily, there are tons of ways to beat the heat while staying at home. And if you think if you've done it all to stay cool and fresh, then you can try these two for a change.

1. Dip In Your Inflatable Swimming Pool

     - An inflatable swimming pool is the closest thing you can have for a day at the beach. You can easily set this up in your backyard. And to go along with it, you can also make your favorite smoothie and pair it with some snacks while hanging out by your pool. One good thing about inflatable pools is that you can stay cool whenever you want. All you have to do is pump some air and put water in it! Just be mindful of the amount of water you use as there is a reported shortage on it.


2. Make Your Own Healthy Fruit Popsicles 

     - One good way to beat the summer heat while staying indoors is by making ice-cold popsicles. These cold, healthy and delicious treats are guaranteed to provide you with a cool and refreshing vibe on a hot summer day. Making popsicles is easy and can be done by the whole family too.

To make your own fruit popsicle, you can start by making a puree out of your favorite fruit, adding-in yoghurt for creaminess, and then mixing the ingredients in a container. Afterwards, place the mixture in the fridge for at least 4 to 6 hours.


Having these two in mind, staying at home shouldn’t stop you and your family from having fun. There are other ways to beat the heat and all it takes is a little bit of creativity. So keep calm, stay home and chill.

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