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Hosting Your Friends this Summer and During a Heatwave

Hosting Your Friends this Summer and During a Heatwave

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With summer in full swing and heat waves becoming more prevalent, Churchill on the Park has some great ideas to keep refreshed and enjoy the summer fun. Apartment living can seem restrictive when battling the summer blaze. These apartment-friendly tips and renter-friendly hacks will save you from the summer heat.

How to make the most indoors this summer

Being indoors while the sun is beaming outside may not seem all that fun. It is essential to keep in mind that overexposure to the sun can be harmful to you. To stay cool and enjoy the summer try setting up some indoor games. Anything from board games to interactive games such as twister is a great way to spend some summer indoors and have fun. Take advantage of these apartment-friendly tips if you live in an apartment with a balcony. Setting up a fan on your deck with a squirt bottle will keep you cool and misted and won't cause damage to your rental. You can also set up an ice bucket for your feet to cool off completely.

Hosting family and friends during a heat wave

Keeping family and friends entertained indoors during a heat wave may not always be the most fun or practical. Luckily at Churchill on the Park, you can host and amuse your family and friends outdoors while also staying cool. This apartment offers cabanas for shade to keep out of the direct sun and a pool for everyone to play in and have fun. It is essential to not spend too much time in the direct sunlight but being out in a pool is a beautiful way to keep cool and have fun. While hosting, bringing out some fun summer recipes for everyone to enjoy is also a great idea.

Now you can begin planning to entertain this summer during a heat wave and be fully prepared. Remember, stay refreshed and have fun.

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