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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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It's 80 degrees outside, and you want to stay indoors, but you also want to do something fun. What renter-friendly hacks can you possibly use to keep the summer fun going indoors? For starters, you can invite your friends and family to your apartment and make a day out of it.

How to Make the Most Indoors this summer

With the heatwave that comes with summer, nothing beats indoor entertainment with people you care about. If you are wondering what you can do to make the most of your time indoors, here are some apartment-friendly tips;

Invite people over

If you are an extrovert, a day indoors might not make much sense to you. Invite your friends and family for a day filled with fun, laughter, and interactions. Who said you have to spend the day alone just because you are indoors?

Buy fun games or invent your own to enjoy

Play indoor games like Jenga, scrabble two truths, and a lie and charades. You can add a twist to your games and make them drinking games with the adults in the room or make it a competition to keep those adrenaline levels high.

Hosting Family & Friends during the Heatwave

For most people, hosting guests in your apartment living space might seem like a lot of work. For successful hangout sessions, you need to prepare yourself;

Snacks and food

Look up quick summer recipes to ensure your guests have something to eat during their stay. Have a variety of options to accommodate preferences and allergies.

Make sure your ac is working

If the intention is to stay away from the heatwave, your AC needs to work if you have people over. Otherwise, you will transfer the heat outside into your house.

The heatwave does not have to stop the fun; get a working AC, invite some people, and continue making memories.

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