The Latest Issue of Juno Magazine
Issue 47 - Early Spring
In the Early Spring issue of JUNO, Saffia Farr talks to Gabrielle Palmer about her recent book ‘Why the Politics of Breastfeeding Matter’; Donna Taylor describes how placenta encapsulation helped her with post-natal depression; Frances Moldaschl explains why she believes babywearing is a crutch, not a rod; and Kirsty Hopley shares her seasonal diary of home education in the “This Is What Unschooling Looks Like” feature. If you are struggling with newborn sleep, Elizabeth Pantley’s article may help you understand what is going on.
In the Teens feature Gemma Voce reflects on what she would like to say to her girls to help them grow up with inner strength and there are suggestions for ways to help our children stay safe online in Herta Feely’s article about Cyberbullying.
To help us reflect on our own health, Benaifer Bhandari introduces mineral remedies and we find out about the effects of drinking coffee in the Sensory Herbalism column from The Seed SistAs.
Feel inspired with lots of seasonal ideas including crafts that bring the outside in, eco ways to spring clean and some delicious vegan chocolate recipes. There are reviews of some interesting magazines for children and our Editor’s selection of books for adults and children. We also share some beautiful photos from the Instagram community – this issue’s theme is #junomotherhood. We also reflect on the special relationship between grandparents and grandchildren with beautiful photography from Jo Haycock.
Lots to inspire in the Early Spring issue of JUNO.
A natural approach to family life. Juno is one of our favourite reads here at Babi Pur, it's full natural parenting articles, ideas, reviews, personal stories and more. Juno is a natural parenting magazine with an ethos based on conscious parenting, sustainability, social justice, non-violence and a commitment to personal growth and spiritual awareness. Juno is named after and inspired by the Roman goddess of birth, fertility, marriage and female genius.
Our aims are to acknowledge the valuable role of being a parent with all of its joys and challenges and to enrich family life and relationships by encouraging reflection, self-acceptance and peaceful parenting; building a sense of community, celebrating the roles of parenting and home making and nurturing creativity.
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