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  • 9 Sep 2014

    Latest issue about simple living

    Our latest edition has a focus on simplicity. We have researched tiny homes, read plenty of simplicity blogs and rediscover books on the art of the simple life to bring you this edition packed with ideas and inspiration for how you can change your life. […] more

  • 1 Sep 2014

    Boomtown Rocks

    BoomTown is the most creative and inspiring festival I have ever been to! It started in 2009, a small gathering focused on fun and community. Five years later, the festival, held in Winchester every August has gone from strength to strength. […] more

  • 1 Sep 2014

    Ten years of The Green Parent - issue 60 out now!

    The 60th edition of The Green Parent magazine has just been released; celebrating ten years of alternative, inspiring publishing. This issue is crammed with great articles and also has a free beauty guide tucked inside to help you make the best choices. The focus for this edition is community. We spoke to parents who are raising their children in co-housing projects, discovered the best ways to help your children make friends and discovered how home education and home birth groups can provide just the support you need. […] more

  • 1 Sep 2014

    Making time for your own interests

    Parenting is the most consuming and full-on job we’ll ever do, full of joys, anxieties, laughter, tears, and pretty much every emotion we’ve ever bottled up and hoped never to feel again. There’s no doubt about it: it can be exhausting. And when we feel like we’re running on empty, it can take a superhuman effort to get everything we need to get done in the day and be the kind of parent we want to be (and hope our children will remember us being!). Although we can schedule unwinding activities into our family day – such as reading, crafting, cuddling, breastfeeding, and just being still together – it also makes sense to schedule in a little time to nurture your own interests. […] more

  • 30 Jun 2014

    Unfooding

    What would happen if you let your child decide to eat whatever they wanted, whenever they wanted, wherever they wanted? Would they slowly (or rapidly!) descend into poor eating habits, choosing to live on chocolate, cakes and biscuits eaten gradually through the day? Would they become sick and fat? Or, would they actually be healthier and happier? […] more

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