Friday, 23 June 2017

Win a Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.7”

I love teaming up with fellow bloggers to bring bigger giveaways!  Through blogging I have met lots of wonderful people and its nice to introduce new blogs on my page whenever possible. Plus as a comper myself I always like offering giveaways not that I have time to enter many anymore sadly!  But I never forget the thrill of wondering what might arrive in the post or reading a winning email!  Yes maybe I need to try and find more time to start entering again!

So in that spirit let me present the fantastic bloggers who are involved in this giveaway to offer one of our lucky readers the chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.7”. For those who are new to collaboration giveaways, they offer us bloggers a chance to giveaway a bigger and better prize than we could alone, with each blogger contributing to the prize fund to offer you an amazing gift. 

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What is your top tip for keeping cool in the summer heat? 

a Rafflecopter giveaway Personally I try and have breaks out of the sunshine, we have an old stone house and it can be lovely and cool downstairs when its tropical outside!  But my boys would say the new paddling pool I am sure as they haven't been out of it since it arrived.  It's quite big so plenty of space for them to cool off!  The water is freezing!!!

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47 comments:

  1. put a bowl of ice water infront of a fan to help cool down the air , get your feet in the kids paddling pool if you dont have oe a washing up bowl with cold water will do

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  2. I keep cool by only wearing natural fabrics (cotton, silk, linen are all good) and having pure cotton bedding on the bed. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES and I am commenting on the Really Missing Sleep blog :o)

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  3. Ice lollies! Our freezer is full throughout the summer!

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  4. lots of swimming ! especially in lidos!

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  5. Lots and lots of lollys and tip tops!

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  6. Run your wrists under a cold tap for five seconds each every couple of hours. Because a main vein passes through this area, it helps cool the blood.

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  7. Keep yourself hydrated by drinking plenty of water and close the curtains during the day to block the heat

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  8. rice pudding and apricots in the fridge great and healthy

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  9. Constant stream of ice pops in the freezer!

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  10. I try to stay in the shade! I wear factor 50 and really try to avoid sunburn so staying in the shade is always far better for me!

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  11. Cold showers as frwquently as you can manage. If it gets really bad, lay a towel down on the bed covers and sleep on that.

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  12. Put grapes in the freezer to suck on or add to your soft drinks/Wine.

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  13. cool clothing and lots of ice lollies

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  14. I keep cool by putting my grandchildrens small paddling pool out and having a little paddle now and again

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  15. Luckily we live by the sea so nothing beats going for a swim when it's hot!

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  16. I keep the curtains closed on the south-facing rooms to stop them heating up like greenhouses

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  17. Shade, fans, sun cream, ice lollys!

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  18. plenty to drink, and a paddling pool for the kiddies so we can put our feel in too

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  19. I love spraying the sheets until they are almost wet and then putting the fan on and that keeps me cool all night long.

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  20. I use a spray bottle full of ice cold water and spritz myself to cool down

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  21. I make sure I stay hydrated and keep a supply of ice in the freezer.

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  22. Damp cloth in the freezer - for instant cool!

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  23. ice cold water and fans

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  24. Keep a large bowl of cold water to dip your feet in.

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  25. mine is always keeping a hand towel in the freezer, and having a small spray bottle of water for your face!

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  26. I have a kids paddling pool in front of my swing seat so if I get really hot I go sit outside & out my feet in the pool. Heaven.

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  27. Elisabeth Ries7 July 2017 at 21:54

    I bought a pocket size battery powered fan, it was only £2.99 but it is a life saver when I commute on a hot train. That and always carry a bottle of water to keep hydrated.

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  28. Put ice on your wrists - It cools your whole body!

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  29. Keep windows open front and back to create a draught

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  30. make frozen lolly ices out of fresh orange juice

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  31. Hair up, lots of cold drinks and fans in every room!

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  32. I make up bottles of water and keep them in the fridge because my taps have the sun on them through the window most of the day I never quite get cold water

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  33. I drink lots of ice cold water :)

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  34. I keep cool by eating homemade lollys

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  35. nothing beats a bit of shade under a parasol. Lots of cold drinks, ice cream and swimming.

    We bought an air con for the house. Bit annoying putting the hose out the window when using it but it's been a godsend.

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  36. Cool clothing and lots of cold liquids to drink.

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  37. keep windows on vent at night and lots of cold water in fridge x

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  38. puttiig bottles of ice water in front of the fan feels like it keep the room cooler

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  39. Keep the curtains shut and open windows at night.. and a good fan helps :)

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