Pregnant? 5 summer survival tips if you're expecting

2. Travel light


Keeping hydrated to prevent headaches is especially important when there's a little one on board. It's advisable to drink at least ten cups of water per day in the summer as your body temperature is naturally raised. Swapping your heavy handbag to a light fabric summer style one will save your back. Consider asking to adjust your working hours to avoid rush-hour sweats at peak times. Flip flops will be your best friend, but choose supportive soles.