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How To : Do a serotonin-releasing belly roll yoga move

Most people don't commit to an exercise program because it seems too strenuous to do either before work (which means in the wee hours of the morning) or after work (when you've had a dull pain gnawing at the back of your head the entire day and had a shitty day at work and com ...more

How To : 5 Ways You're Making Yourself Dumber

No one wants to appear stupid. Whether you rely on lengthy, complicated vocabulary to show your smarts, or enjoy highlighting your speedy mental math skills, everyone prefers emphasizing intelligence over hiding it. Yet even the smallest, most normal behaviors in our day-to-d ...more

How To : Use d-CON Quick Kill Glue Traps to kill mice

d-CON is here to help identify and remedy rodent problems in your dining room. Watch this video tutorial on how to use d-CON Quick Kill Glue Traps to kill mice in the dining room. Signs of a mouse in the dining room include droppings, footprints, gnawing, rubmarks, unusual pet ...more

How To : Use d-CON No View No Touch Traps to kill mice

d-CON is here to help identify and remedy rodent problems in your living room. Watch this video tutorial on how to use d-CON No View No Touch Traps to kill mice in the living room. Signs of a mouse in the living room include droppings, footprints, gnawing, rubmarks, unusual pe ...more

How To : Use d-CON Bait Paste Pouches to kill mice

d-CON is here to help identify and remedy rodent problems in your kitchen. Watch this video tutorial on how to use d-CON Bait Paste Pouches to kill mice in the kitchen. Signs of a mouse in the kitchen include droppings, footprints, gnawing, rubmarks, unusual pet activities, st ...more

How To : Use d-CON Bait Wedges to kill mice

d-CON is here to help identify and remedy rodent problems in your bathroom. Watch this video tutorial on how to use d-CON Bait Wedges to kill mice in the bathroom. Signs of a mouse in the bathroom include droppings, footprints, gnawing, rubmarks, unusual pet activities, strang ...more

How To : Protect your trees in the winter

To keep your young tree healthy through the winter there are several maintenance tips to keep in mind. You need to protect them from mice and voles gnawing around the base of the tree because they can easily girdle the bark and cause a tree to die. A simple way to prevent this ...more

How To : Use d-CON Ultra Set Traps to kill mice

d-CON is here to help identify and remedy rodent problems in your bedroom. Watch this video tutorial on how to use d-CON Ultra Set Traps to kill mice in the bedroom. Signs of a mouse in the bedroom include droppings, footprints, gnawing, rubmarks, unusual pet activities, stran ...more

How To : Use d-CON Ready Mixed Baitbits to kill mice

d-CON is here to help identify and remedy rodent problems in your home. Watch this video tutorial on how to use d-CON Ready Mixed Baitbits to kill mice in the home. Signs of a mouse in the home include droppings, footprints, gnawing, rubmarks, unusual pet activities, strange s ...more

How To : It's How You Play The Game

"Life is difficult." That's how Scott Peck's best-selling book, "The Road Less Travelled", begins. That life is difficult is not news. Over two-thousand years ago the Buddha said it too: Life is suffering. The sanskrit word the Buddha used for suffering is dukkha. Dukkha doesn ...more

HowTo : Roast a Pig on a Spit

Why settle on just pork chops or ribs when you can string up the entire pig? Serious Eats posts an great slide show on roasting a whole pig, from materials to the process to the perfect pig roastin' sauce. Warnings PETA members should probably exit this page right about now. ...more

How To : Extricate your arm from a post-coital cuddle

Finding your arm going numb under partner? Can't him/her to MOVE! In the wild a wolf will gnaw its own leg off to escape a trap. This is not the wild and you are not a wolf. Get your arm back the human way. You Will Need: • A soundly sleeping partner • Forethought • Stealt ...more

How To : Cut a mango with a few well-placed cuts

It's irresistibly exotic and lusciously juicy; it's also got that enormous pit that sometimes makes the mango seem like more trouble than it's worth. Tame this tropical teaser with a few well-placed cuts. You Will Need * A mango * A cutting board * A paring knife * And a bowl ...more

How To : Eat a Chicken Wing the Right Way

Have you ever thought about eating a chicken wing in a different way? Do you dislike having to gnaw your way around the bone? Well watch this! First, take off the little head on the side of the chicken wing. This opened it up so you can see the bones. Hold the end of the wing ...more

How To : Protect Your Home from Mice for the Winter

Brought to you by Tomcat. Falling snow, warm fireplace, delicious hot cocoa, quiet reading time, mouse. Quick quiz - which one is not like the other? Nothing can ruin a perfectly cozy afternoon in your home like a pest on the loose. With dropping temperatures, you may have so ...more

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