In the Summer issue of JUNO we have a focus on reducing single-use plastic, to tie in with our switch to paper envelopes for our mailing. There are articles about reusable nappies, zero-waste parties, and reviews of products to help us in reducing waste.
There’s an interview with Paul and Ann Fryer about how living tiny changed their lives; Anya Kamenetz suggests ways to balance digital media with real life; and Mark Nason describes his experience of sharing parental leave.
Lou Harvey-Zahra reminds us that birthdays are about more than presents; and Hannah de Carteret explains why using both buggies and slings works for her. Eleanor Copp writes about the importance of skin-to-skin contact after birth; Lucinda Button introduces some seasonal ways to detox our lives; and Nina Farr offers support for single parents.
To help us reflect on our health, Sally Beare explains longevity hot spots; The Seed SistAs share ideas for supporting women’s rites of passage in their Sensory Herbalism column; and Benaifer Bhandari tells us all about Arnica. Zion Lights encourages us to be hopeful and take one step at a time to reduce the plastic waste we create in the world.
Also in this issue: Jo Haycock introduces a new family in her latest natural connections photo essay and there’s a chance to win a beautiful wrap or accessory from Firespiral, tickets to Wild Child Festival, and a range of zero-waste products in our latest Facebook giveaway.
Lots to inspire in the Summer issue of JUNO.
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