Although the summer brings plenty of positive vibes, most will agree that there are certain days when the heat is flat out intolerable. With heat waves making people miserable from practically coast to coast, it doesn't seem too outlandish to imagine the refreshing cool feeling of a crisp autumn morning. It's a known fact that high temperatures make people drowsier and crankier. If those sweltering temperatures are getting to your head, finding ways to escape it is likely the only thing on your mind. Here are some of the easiest ways to go about doing so.
Find a body of water. The only good thing about excessive heat is that it makes water feel way more satisfying. There's nothing like the ocean and a sandy beach - but if you have to settle for a pond or lake, go for it. Pools are even better because they're usually clean and have at least one dreamy lifeguard.
Go to the library. When the temperatures are so unbearable that you can't even imagine relief, the last thing you want to do is read a book. However, because libraries are maintained by the county or city, the air conditioning there is usually most satisfying. You might be surprised by what you can learn by investigating all the library has to offer.
Go underground. Even if air conditioners don't do the trick, basements are almost always cold and dark. Although it might smell like mold and anything else you can imagine, hanging out down there might also convince you to organize your storage space a little. Just stay on the lookout for spiders and other creepy crawlies.
Escaping from the heat isn't always as easy as it sounds. It can be a challenge to find a place that can keep you cool and keep you busy at the same time. Just make sure you don't make your friends or neighbors think you're homeless by occupying their space for days on end!