How to Keep Cool During the Summer In Colorado
It's no surprise when I saw that summers in Colorado are hot. There are a lot of things you can do to keep it cool, without spending a lot of money. Get ready to get super chill.
Get a fan -- or five. Create a cross current to get as chill as possible. You can even set some ice in front of the fan for a DIY air conditioner, which is perfect for the dryness of the Western Slope.
There's nothing more refreshing than drinking a nice cold drink after you've been sweating profusely. If you're going to drink alcohol, make sure you're hydrated because dehydration + heat = not good.
Usually when someone says "wet blanket" it's not good, but in this case, it's great. Get a blanket or towel wet to cool yourself down, especially while you're trying to sleep.
This something my mom told me about, how to get cold feet -- in a good way! Freeze a water bottle and keep it at the bottom of the bed to keep cool all night.