Five things I learned editing Issue 51

I always enjoy the different things I learn through editing JUNO. Each issue brings connection with so many talented and generous people and exposure to new books and ideas. Here I’d like to share with you what I learned from preparing the latest issue, published 1 October. 1. Families involved with fostering and adoption are […]

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

In the Autumn issue of JUNO, Steve Biddulph explains why girls need feminism and how we should not see it as a negative thing; Nikole Verde describes how unschooling history works in their family and Riga Forbes talks about mindfulness in childbirth. We learn about hypnobirthing from Christine Huntingford who shares how it helped her […]

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

Late Summer brings us the 50th issue of JUNO! We celebrate by looking back over the 14 years of publishing and share reflections from some of those involved in creating the magazine. We also asked readers and followers to show us how and why they celebrate for this issue’s Instagram feature with the theme #junocelebration. […]

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

In the Summer issue of JUNO, Zion Lights talks to Michael Solomon Williams about connecting through music; Nikole Verde explains how unschooling science works in their family; photographer Jo Robertson shares her passion for birth photography; Richard Brinton reflects on the meaning of home; Kate Orson discusses the benefits of a bedtime routine; Eleanor Copp […]

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 […]