BEACH SURVIVAL LIST
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FOR SUMMER FUN
The beach is one of the best places to spend time during summer.
Something about sand, water and sun brings out the best in us.
However, going to the beach, involves careful planning. Here’s a
survival list to help you plan and prepare for a fun day at the beach.
Sunscreen In addition to applying sunscreen at least 20 minutes
before exposing yourself to the sun, make sure and bring and apply
extra sunscreen with you. Even waterproof sunscreen will need to
be reapplied regularly, so be sure to bring plenty. While new sprayon
sunscreens can be convenient, they can also be hard to apply if
there is a breeze. No matter how carefully you apply sunscreen, you
may still fi nd you missed a spot. Ask someone to help you apply
sunscreen if there are areas on your body that you cannot reach.
Reusable Water Bottle Instead of lugging a cooler full of
water bottles, take a reusable water bottle and fi ll it up throughout
Waterproof Phone Case or Re-sealable Zipper
Storage Bag If you are near water, you’ll want to keep your
phone protected. A re-sealable zipper storage bag can also help
keep your screen protected from small scratches made by the sand,
if you don’t own a waterproof pouch or phone case.
Beach Bag A large tote, drawstring bag or backpack are all great
options for lugging all your gear to the beach.
Shelter/ Shade During the hottest part of the day, you’ll most
likely want a little shade. An umbrella or small, portable tent can
keep you cool when the sun is at its peak.
Inexpensive sunglasses Since sand and salt water can ruin
and scratch lenses; you will probably want to leave your designer
shades at home and just take a cheap pair of sunglasses to protect
your eyes. Also, if you happen to lose your sunglasses in the water,
you will be happy it’s a not your expensive pair.
Chairs/blanket Not only can sitting on sand become
uncomfortable, but it can become uncomfortably hot. Bring a
chair or blanket to sit on top of to stay comfortable and cool.
Facial Mistt Your face can get particularly dry in the sun, so
a facial mist will help keep the more delicate skin on your face
hydrated, which will help protect it from developing fi ne lines and