Autumn / Winter 2003
JUNO is a magazine with a natural approach to family life. It aims to inspire and support parents as they journey through the challenges of parenting by sharing fresh perspectives in this fast-paced technological world and creating a non-judgemental community. There are regular columns on teens, birth, home-education, natural health and nutrition as well as book reviews, craft ideas, interviews and recipes. A wide range of features bring many voices to readers with beautiful images and illustrations to inspire and lift the soul.
JUNO is a different magazine because it focuses on families sharing experiences rather than experts telling you “how to”. It is suitable for families with children of all ages and recognises that family life can mean different things to different people. The JUNO ethos is that you do not need to “buy” to be a good parent. It is run by a small, family team with young children themselves who like to build relationships with writers and companies, thus ensuring that the JUNO ethics pervade publication and marketing of the magazine.
The Winter issue of JUNO celebrates the festivities and warmth of the season with lots of ideas to explore. Keri-Anne Pink suggests we decorate a tree in the wild and Lou Harvey-Zahra helps us to celebrate a meaningful Christmas with joy and spirit.
Karen Hodgson discovers that learning is everywhere; Richard Brinton reflects on the huge milestones of the first three years of life and their significance; Lucy H. Pearce introduces us to a lost feminine archetype of healing; and Sophie Lovett reflects on building attachment with a preemie.
To help us deal with loss, Caroline Jane Greenwood shares how she finds joy within the sadness of her divorce; and Sandra da Silva reflects on life passing.
Also in this issue: Zion Lights talks Mac Macartney about finding our passions to bring about change, and families recommend their favourite holidays to help us plan for 2019.
To help us focus on our health, The Seed SistAs share ideas for supporting women’s menstrual and reproductive health with a focus on endometriosis; Louise Palmer-Masterton explains how to get enough protein as a vegan; and there are ideas for observing out mental health in Benaifer Bhandari’s homeopathy column.
Feel inspired with recipes for a Vegan Christmas and Jo Robertson’s beautiful birth photography – this issue’s theme is the pregnancy. Also, find out how to make a willow star for a lovely simple gift or table decoration this season.