When you’re Too Cold
If you know that the people in charge of the temperature do a poor job of being in charge of the temperature, and if you know that the office is usually freezing, you need to layer up.
Open up curtains or blinds
Let light in. During the day, opening up the curtains or blinds near your desk to allow natural sunlight in will help to heat up your space. However, you’ll want to be sure to close them up at night in an effort to retain that heat and avoid a draft.
Sip on a tea, treat ya self
If you’re feeling a bit shivery, get yourself a hot drink, whether it’s tea, coffee, a herbal tea or hot chocolate it will be sure to warm you up from the inside, out.
When you’re Too Hot
Get a fan & open the window
We suggest these cool little gadgets they clip onto your desk and blow cool air your way, and if your windows are open it will blow cool fresh air around, and this will definetely cool you down.
Our bodies are made up of 70% water. In an effort to stay cool, be sure to drink a lot of water throughout the day. If you’re feeling sick of plain old water, turn to foods that can help with hydration like watermelon, cucumber, and lettuce.
Always carry a bobble
Tip: If its going to be a hot day, (or your office can’t get the temperature right) always make sure you have a bobble on your wrist, and if you get a bit sweaty during the day, you always have the option to put your hair up, because there is nothing worse, when you’re about to put your hair up and you realize you don’t have a bobble.