Our health and well being is often the price we pay for our urban fast-paced lifestyle. While it affects all of us, it is worrisome to see the effects on children and the quality of their life after school hours. Within the confines of our nuclear households, more and more children are getting drawn into the fantastically attractive but extremely unhealthy world of screens. There is a high environmental, economic and cultural cost of the easily acquired and quickly discarded plastic toys that are made in China. There is a lack of children-friendly public places. Children’s outings are limited largely to places that trap our kids in a cycle of instant gratification and consumption from a young age.