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10 tips for staying cool in a tropical climate

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I have to admit, I have never really been one to keep my home cool, even in the heat of summer.

The last time I was in a hot house, I was at the gym and my husband got really hot and I didn’t want to get out there until I was cool.

The only way I could get away with that was to put on layers of clothes that I hadn’t been able to wear in the past.

Luckily, there are plenty of cool and relaxing ways to cool down indoors. 

But I do have to say, if I’m at home and my wife is on the other side of the country, that can be a problem.

In that case, you can always put on a nice layer of clothes, but I’m always thinking, ‘Why can’t I just wear some jeans, and then just put on the jacket?’

“I also keep my windows closed in the summer.

I’m a huge fan of having a little window-dressing done to keep out the sun.

If you don’t have a window, don’t worry, you still can use the vents in your house, as long as you’re wearing your shades, hat, gloves and a towel over your head. 

And I always have my windows open at night, so I don’t feel like I’m leaving my house during the day.

As I mentioned before, there’s a lot of indoor fun to be had, whether it’s going to the beach, playing basketball, hanging out with friends or just relaxing and enjoying the time of the day outside.