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JUNO

Issue 26 - Winter 2011

Issue 26 - Winter 2011

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What's inside Issue 26 of JUNO (Winter 2011)

JUNO's ethos is based on conscious parenting, sustainability, social justice, non-violence and a commitment to personal growth and spiritual awareness. This issue is packed full of supportive and informative features including:

    • Free play: why play has changed and what we can do about it
    • Meeting Jessie: Steve Biddulph on getting through tough times
    • Seasonal celebrations - a natural approach
    • Margarita Atieh explains how babies can have baskets of learning and fun
    • Being still: after a miscarriage, Lauren Mishcon took a journey into stillness
    • Dietary suggestions for eczema sufferers
    • Fiona Longsdon reflects on her changing role and emotions as her son reaches adolescence 
    • Hypnobirthing: the power of the mind-body connection when giving birth
    • To GCSE or not to GCSE - the choice of home-schooled teenagers
    • How Mothers Love - Naomi Stadlen explains how she came to write the book
    • Empowered birth: Eleanor Copp discusses the third stage of birth
    • Natural health: Aconite plant profile and Fiona Heckels on store-cupboard potions
    • Slings and evolution: Laura Angel explains why slings ensured the survival of the human race
    • How to go wild outside in winter 
    • Winter fires - Wendy Vickerman believes young children benefit from learning about fire
    • How to sew a felt robin brooch and knit a winter wreath
    • How Alison Hole benefitted from belonging to a community
    • Lucy Pearce encourages us to share love through making by hand
    • Robin Van Creveld encourages us to plant trees and enjoy their fruit
    • Social eating and being different from the mainstream

    Materials

    JUNO is printed on uncoated FSC paper from responsible sources, and is recyclable and compostable at the end of its life.

    Magazines are posted in a paper wrapper which can be reused or recycled.

    Size

    80 pages, 220x280mm

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