I’m excited to let you know that I have contributed to the current edition of Juno magazine. The print version is available until 30th November 2020. Or you can read the article online here.
A natural approach to family life. Conscious parenting. Sustainability. Community. Wellbeing.Juno magazine
This autumn’s Juno magazine edition includes sustainability reviews and valuable home educating resources. I’m thrilled to be included in this edition. Regular features include the Natural Connections blog, recipes, book reviews and crafts. and plenty more.
Juno is a natural parenting magazine that offers fresh perspectives in a fast paced technological world. Available to buy at WHSmiths and independent retailers or via the Juno App.
Extract from Juno magazine:
Threading Patterns Through the Natural World
Lisa Lillywhite shares how her children’s Waldorf preschool inspired her own creative journey into looking for numbers and shapes in the natural world.
“….It introduced me to rhythms of seasonal planting and crafting which I had long forgotten, and it awoke the child in me. I remembered building a den in the garden. I remembered making things from fabric and thread. Who is that girl? Where is she?….”
“….That’s when it started. This ability to put the designer’s eye onto nature and see the archetypes of the numbers that exists therein. Having been a designer for theatre the ability to tell stories through pictures was a skill I realised could transcend the entertainment industry”
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