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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 is to use a plastic wrap. Simply put it around the base of the tree about an inch or so below the soil line and wrap it around the tree all the way up. This will prevent the little mice teeth from gnawing on the bark. A...

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 commute home).

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 activities, strange sounds, and burrows or nests.

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, strange sounds, and burrows or nests.

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 sounds, and burrows or nests.

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, strange sounds, and burrows or nests.

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 pet activities, strange sounds, and burrows or nests.

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, strange sounds, and burrows or nests.

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 some unwelcome residents, like mice, looking for shelter from the cold.

How To: Play Glenn Miller's "In the Mood" on the ukulele

Want to play Glenn Miller's "In the Mood" on the ukulele? Learn how with this free video ukulele lesson from Ukulele Mike. Whether you play the ukulele or bass kazoo, there is no better way to improve your chops than by learning to play your favorite songs. Not only is it more fun and much easier than running drills or memorizing a chord book by wrote, it's obviously also a wonderful way to build your repertory of songs. For more information, and to get started playing this popular American s...

How To: Play "I'm in the Mood for Love" on the ukulele

Want to play "In the Mood for Love" by Jimmy McHugh & Dorothy Fields on the ukulele? Learn how with this free video ukulele lesson from Ukulele Mike. Whether you play the ukulele or bass kazoo, there is no better way to improve your chops than by learning to play your favorite songs. Not only is it more fun and much easier than running drills or memorizing a chord book by wrote, it's obviously also a wonderful way to build your repertory of songs. For more information, and to get started play...

News: Magic Leap One Teardown Reveals Sophisticated Hardware with Shortish Shelf Life & Low Repairability

One of the primary marketing tactics used by Magic Leap in promoting the Magic Leap One was selling early adopters on the "magic" contained within the device. On Thursday, some of that magic was uncovered as the Magic Leap One was completely disassembled by repair engineers, revealing the delicate innards of the device and detailing how it delivers its augmented reality experiences.

How To: Break Your Bad Habits Without Getting All Stressed Out

Old habits die hard. It may be a cliché, but it's undeniably true, especially when it comes to the bad ones. Nail-biting, fidgeting, and overspending can label you as someone who is obsessive-compulsive, overly nervous, and routinely stressed out, but you can make the break less painful with a few simple tweaks to your routine and by understanding how your habits work.

How To: Add mood lighting in Photoshop

In this video tutorial brought to you by photoshopuniverse, you will learn how to apply mood lighting to images in Photoshop. This is achieved by applying an adjustment layer, called a gradient map, which allows you to adjust the color of the light in an image. You will learn how to access the gradient map from the adjustment layers menu, how to apply the gradient map, then overlay the new layer and fine tune the gradient to create more dramatic looking images.

How To: Create mood with the Gaussian blur tool in Photoshop

Learn how to use the Gaussian blur tool to add mood to your digital photos while maintaining sharpness and detail. Meet the Adobe Photoshop pen tool! Whether you're new to Adobe's popular image editing software or simply looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video tutorial, which presents a complete overview of how to use the Gaussian blur filter when touching up a photo. For more information, and to get started using the Gaussian blur tool yourse...

How To: Improve your mood with yoga

Learn how to shift your mood, and feel happy again with this yoga tutorial. Yoga is a great way to relax and get in shape. These poses are designed to increase strength and improve your mood. Watch this how to video and you'll be relaxing with yoga in no time.

How To: Light for video to get a filmic look

In this video, Tony Reale describes some cinematography tips for video lighting. He focuses mainly on different ways to capture the look of video. The lighting style he's using in this video is a 2-light setup. One light is reflecting off a foam core and is placed at the right side of the room. The second light is acting as background light and is smaller and placed in the back, right corner of the room. This is a very simple setup and, with a cost of $100-$200, it is an inexpensive, effectiv...

How To: Dress up your avatar on your Xbox 360

In this tutorial, we learn how to dress up your avatar on your Xbox 360 (Xbox 101). This is a great way to express yourself and change it up to match your mood or current obsession! First, go to 'myxbox' on your Xbox live dashboard. After this, select your gamer card and then select customized avatar. From here, go to 'change my clothes' and then choose the clothes that you want for your avatar. After you do this, make sure to save and exit on the main menu. To stand out in the crowd, go to '...

How To: Make bubbling acid with ammonia and dry ice

In the mood for a little mad science? In this home-science how-to from Steve Spangler, we learn how to prepare a bubbly, color-changing concoction using water, ammonia, a universal indicator (cabbage juice will do fine), dry ice, gloves and two plastic cups. Now, repeat the process, this time adding a teaspoon of ammonia when you add your universal pH indicator.

How To: Make soft focus wedding photo effects in Photoshop CS4

Want to grab some great shots at your friend or family member's wedding? Create a glowing, diffused, soft focus wedding photo effect through the power of Adobe Photoshop CS4. Add a whole lot of "mood" to an image by softening and increasing contrast, that also features a vignette around the focal point of your choosing. The beauty of this technique is that by using adjustment layers you can have full control over the final effect's strength and color. Create the perfect wedding photo and give...

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