How would Vogue readers get through the whole long summer? Last week Vogue editors offered the fruits of long and careful consideration of the thorny matter. Why don't you, advised Vogue with a determined air of contagious enthusiasm:
Soak your hair in olive oil, turban your head all one day.
Read Plato's Critias (only twelve pages) or the last ten of the Phaedo.
Change the part in your hair.
Rub your heels in the sandhardto make them smooth.
Write a spontaneous letter to an old friend.
Take an air bath every morning.
Learn six Shakespeare Sonnets beginning with Number 18.
Wear creamed gloves all morning occasionally.
Let the children run...