Welcome to Pioneer Thinking
As the air turns cooler and the days grow shorter, our gardens surrender their last fruits and vegetables of the year, and the last leaves fall from the trees, Pioneer Thinking settles into fall with you. Whether it’s autumn leaves scrapbooking, making a Halloween costume, thanksgiving preparations or making your favorite apple jelly preserve, embrace the season.
What's New Today...
- The cold snap in the air may find us indoors more often, but that doesn't mean we have to miss out on the bountiful autumn fragrances. There's no better way ...more
- The cost of skin care products is always increasing, at least the cost of those that actually might do what they claim to do. You can use natural things to ...more
- One of the most popular condiments in the U.S. is ketchup, but most of us don't know the history behind it. Therefore, without further ado, read on for the essential ...more
- Add to the pain and discomfort of a stuffy nose, and the fact that colds always strike at night when the stores are closed, and a home remedy for nasal ...more
- Even if you love animals, you wouldn't want pests and rodents in your home. Rats, mice and other such rodents are carriers of diseases and pose a big danger to ...more
- Common juniper, also known as (Juniperus communis), is an evergreen conifer which is native Britain, Europe and large parts of the northern hemisphere.
The tree loves dry conditions and thrives in ...more
- If you're itching to knit, but comfort is an issue due to arthritis, you may prefer knitting needles that are warm and somewhat flexible in your hands versus cold, unyielding ...more