Showing posts from April, 2014

How to Get Rid of Ants Cheaply and Naturally

Vinegar -  I have already written in the past on how to use vinegar for maintaining your health,
but did you that vinegar is a natural ant repellant? Put a little white
vinegar in a spray bottle. Spray at all entry points you can find and
along the pheromone trail, a chemical factor secreted by the ants, which
is recognized by the others and followed. Once the vinegar dries,
repeat the process for a couple of days. This will discourage the ants
and they will move on.Soapy water – This is one of the most popular and easiest
ways to get rid of ants. Simply fill a spray bottle with some
dish-washing soap and hot water. It kills the ants and obliterates the
familiar trail. It only works when wet so you will have to reapply for a
few days.Chalk – Amazingly, ants will not cross chalk lines! Nobody
seems to know why, but it an excellent way to put an end to ant trails
heading for your home. All you need is some ordinary white chalk, so if
you don’t mind chalk lines all over the …

Incredible places that I would love to go!

40 Incredible Secret Places Most Travelers Don't Know About. The Last One Blew Me Away...

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The Eiffel tower, Golden Gate Bridge and the Colosseum may be
amazing in their own right, but there's something special about going
to a spectacular location that few travelers venture to. Take a virtual
journey with me to these secretly underrated places...

Ristorante Grotta Palazzese, Italy Ristorante
Grotta Palazzese, nestled in the caves of Polignano a Mare beach, is
one of the greatest places to eat in all of Italy, if not the world.

Chichilianne, Rhone Alpes, France The breathtaking Mont Aiguille is nearly 7,000 foot tall and offers amazing views of the French Prealps.
Nauru, Micronesia all-that-is-interesting.comEver
heard of Nauru? Neither had we. This tiny island nation has a
population of less than 10,000 and because of its obscurity is the least
visited country in the world. With miles of untouc…

To Catch a Liar, Ask the Right Question

Let Their Words Do the Talking Verbal cues to detect deception. by John R. "Jack" Schafer, Ph.D. A sophisticated technique, with some risks. Published on February 12, 2014 by Jack Schafer, Ph.D. in Let Their Words Do the Talking 23
inShare I wanted to believe my kids when they told me what they did or who they were with. But sometimes I suspected that they were not being completely honest. Like many adults, teenagers tell the truth when they know people would approve of their activities, and become evasive or even outright lie when they know people would disapprove.
Fortunately, most of the time, most if us tell the truth. The time to worry is when people become evasive or deceptive, because they know they have done something wrong.
A Volatile Conundrum is a sophisticated technique that puts liars in a position wherein they are forced to make snap decisions. Truthful people have little difficulty handling Volatile Conundrums. But the technique all…