We are now into the full force of summer.
I do not know how summer is where you are. Here, it is hot. Hot and humid. Stupid hot and rather foolishly humid.
Our "typical" summer day seems to run somewhere between 95 and 102 F (32 to 38 C) and around 40-50% humidity (but as high as 60%). Unlike the places where I have grown up and lived, there are no pleasant breezes to move the hot air at night: it can be 90 F at 2100 and "cools" down to around 70 F/21 C at 0600 - but unfortunately, the humidity seems to actually go up so the cool part of the morning for aerobic sorts of things simply does not exist.
It certainly changes how you do things.
Essentially, I try to wrap up anything I want or need to do outdoors by 1000 or delay it until 1900. The direct sun is either not completely up or has sunk low enough in the sky to make the heat manageable for doing other activities. And drinking enough water simply does not seem possible.
Once - not too long after I moved and before the family joined me - I took a hike during the height of the day during the hottest summer on record. I managed to give myself a form of heat exhaustion; I never made that mistake again.
On the bright side, sun for the garden is not really a problem.