Survival Guide Panagbenga 2019 how to get rid of small ants in house

Are you ready to enjoy survive panagbenga 2019? That’s about the right question to ask now. Panagbenga is still as glorious as it once was, probably even more today. However, as fun as it is to join and watch the how to get rid of small ants in house parades, the concerts, and the fireworks displays, locals and tourists alike have to face the consequences of how to get rid of small ants in house a festival as big as this: heat, too many people, traffic and a plethora of other headaches. Some people would probably be groaning in frustration right about how to get rid of small ants in house now especially that the main events of the festival are how to get rid of small ants in house just a few days away. But don’t worry. With a few tips and tricks, you’ll be able to survive AND hopefully enjoy panagbenga 2019. 10 tips and tricks to survive panagbenga 2019 1. Be early

No one is safe from the famed panagbenga traffic. But, you can be saved from being late or missing anything how to get rid of small ants in house important by being a lot earlier, probably around 30 minutes to one hour, from the usual time you leave your house. It’s a hassle and hard to do especially on cold how to get rid of small ants in house mornings but, it does help you survive one of the most infuriating how to get rid of small ants in house side effects of panagbenga. Photo by fiona quinn 2. Plan your itinerary

Know the particularly bad traffic hours and know the people how to get rid of small ants in house rush hours. Stay tuned to your friends, your family, and people around you to get those small details you how to get rid of small ants in house don’t want to experience. Then, you can plan your schedule around them and hopefully avoid how to get rid of small ants in house the heat, the stampede, and the standstills (we’re kind of exaggerating but, you get the point). 3. Get comfy

Wear something you can breathe in, sweat in and move freely around in (and also maybe cry in too). Because even just walking down session road in the midst how to get rid of small ants in house of session in bloom will feel like a sport. Plus, you’ll either have to walk a lot or stand around how to get rid of small ants in house in line a lot for a ride so better get how to get rid of small ants in house comfy while you can ladies and gentlemen. 4. Walk

If you’re interested in a peaceful trip without wanting to punch how to get rid of small ants in house somebody or getting your nerves all twisted up in panic, walk. And even though it’ll feel more like a hike with the heat, the people, and the general distance you might have to walk, well, it’s the best way to beat the traffic. So, get those legs moving, get some exercise in, and hopefully, you’ll get where you need to be in time. Happy panagbenga walking! Photo by emmanuel viray (flickr) 5. Protect your valuables

Crowds are golden opportunities for thieves. So, guard your valuables with your life. Stick them in places with hard access for other people how to get rid of small ants in house but yourself. Or use thief-proof bags, pants, or jackets. Keep guard from those ill-minded people and also from yourself. Now, you don’t want to be spending all your money in one how to get rid of small ants in house stall all at once right? 6. Know alternative routes

Scout alternative routes to your place so that whether you’re walking or in a cab, you’ll be able to avoid the clogged main roads. You’ll avoid traffic. You’ll avoid having to pay too much because of getting how to get rid of small ants in house stuck in traffic. Plus, you’ll be helping decongest the city center. If you’re new to town, just kindly ask the cab driver to take you through how to get rid of small ants in house an alternate route or ask people on the streets. A lot of locals would be glad to get rid how to get rid of small ants in house of even the slightest of traffic. 7. Pack essentials

When it comes to panagbenga, essentials include water, umbrella, tissue or wipes, and a buttload of patience. With these, you can spare yourself from the heat overhead and avoid how to get rid of small ants in house getting dehydrated in the middle of a crowd or a how to get rid of small ants in house long line of passengers. Be a scout for once and take care of yourself how to get rid of small ants in house too while enjoying the festival. Photo by mikah cuta 8. Pack light

The last thing you want to be doing is dragging how to get rid of small ants in house around heavy luggage in a street full of people who how to get rid of small ants in house can shoulder, elbow, kick, shove, or push you or your luggage. So, take only what’s necessary on your day out and let no heavy how to get rid of small ants in house burden drag your day down. 9. Eat

The best way to enjoy the festival and survive at how to get rid of small ants in house the same time is to keep your eyes on the how to get rid of small ants in house food. Trust me, with no good food in your stomach, it’ll be easier to get cranky. So put your money to good use and try out how to get rid of small ants in house new foodies from other parts of the country. Be warned though, almost everything in the city center district would be at how to get rid of small ants in house tourist prices so choose wisely. 10. Drag A friend with you

There’s nothing more fun than going through the festival with how to get rid of small ants in house a trusted friend who can make any situation less irritating how to get rid of small ants in house or join you in your fuming anger. So drag that special friend with you. Get through the less glamorous side of the festivities and how to get rid of small ants in house enjoy panagbenga. Photo by moe abellera

We hope these tips and tricks could help you not how to get rid of small ants in house only survive but, also make the best of panagbenga 2019 and the next how to get rid of small ants in house panagbengas to come. Hopefully this time around, you won’t be suffering from anger induced headaches and going home how to get rid of small ants in house with a mouthful of rants. Happy panagbenga!

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