1. Stay indoors
2. Make moist towelettes your best friend. Keep a few in your handbag, back pocket, or hidden away in your socks (which I hope to Heaven you're not wearing with your sandals). Utilize them only in the most private of venues (powder room - yes, cafeteria - no)
3. Some so-called experts suggest we go with a lighter touch when it comes to applying our make-up. I disagree, especially if you're skin, like mine, is not as vibrant as it used to be. If you can get away with nothing more than a tinted moisturizer and a bit of lip gloss, I salute you.
4. Lightly spray your feet with antiperspirant. Sure, aerosol cans full of harsh chemicals aren't good for the environment, but neither is foot odor. Think about it.
5. Forgo your heavier perfume for a body spray or lotion. I bought this as a room spray, but the back of the label says it can be used on the body plus it's all about attracting good mojo and I'll take all the help I can get.
(Note: not all room deodorizers double as a a body spray. Most men aren't aroused by the smell of Lysol. Don't ask me how I know this - I just do).
Now let's talk fashion:
-Remain super-mindful of the length of your shorts and skirts. Use leg makeup for unsightly veins and blemishes.
-No cleavage at work, and double-check with HR to determine just how much arm you're allowed to reveal. Ditto for open-toed shoes - some companies do not allow them.
-Don't spend a small fortune on basic t-shirts; most craft stores sell them for around $2 - $5.
-You can incorporate fall and winter accessories cleverly this time of year. Watch this:
Remember, soaring temperatures do not mean we get a pass on looking our best. Stay fabulous, Sweeties!