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I'm joining Service Space because ... It's a wonderful way to stay inspired.

A good day to me is when ... I've frolicked outside for a bit and enjoyed connections made with family, friends, strangers, and nature.

My hero in life is ...People who do small things everyday to make this world a better place. Thanks!

My favorite book is ...One of them is The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

One thing I'm grateful for is ... The laughter of little kids


Cubs Newsletter: Why Fewer Toys Will Benefit Your Kids

Apr 24, 2012, 2 smiles "Toys are not merely playthings. Toys form the building blocks for our child's future. They teach our children about the world and about themselves. They send messages and communicate values. And thus, wise parents think about what foundation is being laid by the toys that are given to their kids. Wise parents also think about the number of toys that children are given. While most toy rooms and bedrooms today are filled to the ceiling with toys, intentional parents learn to limit the number of toys that kids have to play with." In this week's Cubs Community Weekly Newsletter, we offer an article in which Joshua Becker explores why it is that fewer toys will actually benefit children in the long-term.