Good morninggggg - brunch time?
Blogger David Cain explains the hidden link between breakfast and productivity:
"The best approach seems to be to give ample deliberation to the decisions that concern major aspects of life, such as career, family, relationships, high-level goals and creative pursuits, and don’t let small ones hang you up. The big ones determine what you actually do with your life—and it is their doing that contributes most to happiness, so it’s worth pruning out as many of the distracting minor decisions as possible so that you don’t cease the important doing because you’re caught up in unimportant thinking."
Taco Bell is testing a Waffle Taco. Because… why not?
How are you doing at work today? If you answered: Super productive, then we’re guessing you ate breakfast this morning. Yes, yes, mom always said it was the most important meal of the day, but there has since been a lot of science to back up the old adage. Eating a good breakfast will make you a better, more efficient thinker during the day. And it’s not just about increasing your brainpower. Eating breakfast makes you healthier.
All that and more can be found in this clever, food-filled infographic about breakfast from OnlineSchools.com. If you didn’t eat breakfast today, perhaps a look at some statistics can convince you to try it tomorrow. Most importantly, nearly all Americans know that they should eat breakfast. But, still, most of us don’t care. (We can be a stubborn people, it’s true.) In fact, fewer than half of us consume the day’s most important meal.
DId you eat breakfast? It really is the most important meal of the day.