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Desert Heat

Living in the Phoenix area is just like living in any big city -- except for one thing. Phoenix is located in the Sonoran Desert, and it gets hot. Really hot. Often. The summer heat of the Arizona desert lasts for more than just a couple of months, too. Some people can handle it, and some people can't.

This course will cover an array of topics related to handling the hot summer months. It's written about Phoenix, but much of the information would apply to many hot climates. I'll cover topics including your home, your health, your car, your pets, and more.

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This Desert Heat e-course is free. You'll receive one installment of this e-course by email every day for each of eight days. You may unsubscribe at any time.

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