Five things I learned editing Issue 53

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 February. 1.  Hands are an integral part of birth […]

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

In the Early Spring issue of JUNO, Rosie Newman explains how she learned to trust her instincts; Lou Harvey-Zahra helps us understand temperaments; Jane Hardwicke Collings reflects on the importance of positivity around menarche; and Sarah Ockwell-Smith gives some guidance about potty-training. Libby Clapham and Mani Norland share homeopathic remedies to support women through pregnancy; […]

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

In the Winter issue of JUNO, Richard Brinton talks about how mid-winter and Christmas can be an enchanting time for nurturing wonder in our children; Debbie Chalmers explains why role play and pretending is so beneficial; and Sarah Ockwell-Smith suggests that we shouldn’t be afraid to train our children. Kate Haines shares her family’s summer […]

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 […]