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How To Survive A Hot Day At The Office



Temperatures are sky high in London and the rest of Europe this week and were in the middle of an incredible heat wave! With this weather, the only thing you want to do is wear your bikini to the office. Obviously, that’s not appropriate. But how can you survive a hot day at the office? We’ve come up with a few solutions on how to survive a hot day in the office without the luxury of air-con.

#1. Drink enough water

Bring a bottle of water and face mist! It keeps you hydrated and the face mist is a great way to refresh your face.

#2. Get a fan

USB fans are brilliant! They plug into your computer and the have an adjustable neck so you can point them right at your face.

#3. Get yourself downstairs

As we all know, hot air rises. That means the upper floors of your office will be warmer than the ground floor. Obviously if you work upstairs you’re probably not going to be able to move all your stuff down, so it’s more of a “if you’re lucky enough to work downstairs, good for you”

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4. Avoid hot food

Try eating salad for lunch. There are so many choices nowadays!

5. Turn off the lights and shut out the sun

Shut the blinds if you can because if you’re sat in the sun it will bake you in no time, and the lights give off heat too so if you can bear working in the dark it might be a good idea.

These tips hopefully help you survive this tremendous heat, and even if they don’t just keep this in mind – at least it’s not raining.

Featured photo:, Credit: Planet Media

Filed under: Lifestyle


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1 Comment

  1. Kiara King says

    That there is my ideal outfit. Seriously cool. Drinking plenty of water is the best thing you can do, that’s for sure.

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