I know how you feel mommies. Really we are going through one of the most hottest days ever. Literally, it is like boiling water hot these days from where I live. Just Last March 12, I collapsed when I tried to balance myself from getting tripped off.
It was also very humid that day that when Adi and I went from buying some grocery items for our little sari sari store, i fell down as in like plunking down. My whole body crashed on the ground like a sack of rice. It went like that mom jumped off from her seat and papa to help me. I didn’t know what happened. The last thing on my mind was oh God I am going to fall down now and I cant stop it.
|The aftermath: Wounds all over. Thanks to the Aloe Vera my wounds are now completely healed.
Here are some things you can do during these days.
1. Plant. and water them. Useful water can be waste water from your laundry. They serve as supplement to plants like Banana and Kangkong which are very water dependent. Aside that theses plants provide food, they provide oxygen. Start planting a garden will save you time from going to the market and money.
2. Wash your dishes outside. It is simple, used water from washing your dishes and kitchen wares can be used for sprinkling on your front yard or back yard too. Get the land hydrated. To keep water from circulating.
3. Look ridiculous and wear sunglasses while doing the laundry. PROTECT your eyes from the harmful rays of the sun or do the laundry while its not too sunny. I do my laundry in the afternoon, just when the sunshine is at its low point at about 4 or 5 pm.
That’s about it. Don’t forget to stay hydrated and when it’s sunny better take shade, lucky us there are trees and cool fresh air from the yard.
But still, we take precautions. The hard part of the days are when we can’t go out to buy food, so when the afternoon strikes we hoard and buy at the nearby market. It’s also good to eat healthy and maintain it.
Start wearing loose pieces of clothes are a great help too.
Climate change is real guys. Stay educated and ready against the summer heat.
Conserve Energy and WATER!