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 adventure and gives advice on how to plan a slow trip; Sarah Egerton and Kate Pigeon-Owen describe the benefits of baby massage; and we find out how Firespiral wraps are made. Roma Norriss talks about fear and explains how it can accumulate in our children, and what we can do to help release it.

Also in this issue: Victoria Jones writes a letter to her daughter, Kirsty Hopley shares the final instalment in her seasonal diary of home education; and Eleanor Copp talks about how to cope when your baby is in a Special Care Unit.

To help us reflect on our health, Sally Beare talks about nuts for nutrition, and Zion Lights talks to Adrian Harris about Ecotherapy. The Seed SistAs share ideas for supporting women’s rites of passage in their Sensory Herbalism column, and Benaifer Bhandari talks about supporting little ones through the celebrations that the season brings.

Feel inspired with ideas for things to make with festive nature inspired crafts and some Scandinavian winter recipes. We feature a range of ethical gift ideas and share the Editor’s selection of books for adults and children.

Lots to inspire in the Winter issue of JUNO.


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