OUT NOW! The Spring issue of JUNO – find out what’s inside

In the Spring issue of JUNO, Zion Lights talks to ‘No Impact Man’ Colin Beavan; Nikole Verde shares her approach to unschooling maths; Sue Willis reflects on the expectations of women and Benaifer Bhandari encourages us to mother ourselves with her homeopathy column. If you would like to better understand sibling relationships, Sarah Ockwell-Smith’s article gives insight into family dynamics.

Feel inspired with reviews of some much-loved family festivals in the UK, seasonal ideas for things to do and make, reviews of outdoors and camping equipment, and the Editor’s selection of books for adults and children.

Also in this issue: Kirsty Hopley shares the next entry in her seasonal diary of home education, and we share your lovely Instagram images – this issue’s theme is #childhoodunplugged. Amanda McDermott explains how Reiki can help us across different stages of family life and Naomi Aldort shows us how we can help our children and teens cope with peer pressure.

Lots to inspire in the Spring issue of JUNO!

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