Board Games Will Save Us
John DeVore

yes, I do believe board games could save us all, especially the Millenials. Unfortunately in most families, playing these games is a dying hobby. They just take too doggone much time and effort on the parent’s part to organize and play. They must first unplug, then get their offspring to unplug, you get the picture. We make it a priority to play board games with our kids. No screens, just pieces on a table. It’s so much fun, lots of laughs and you get to know your kids in a different, more meaningful way, and create lifelong memories. The real life skills they learn by playing these games are invaluable. We will keep playing with them, and ironically they will have a better chance at winning the game of life in the end!

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