Eat Popcorn with Chopsticks

When something seems new, people pay more attention to it. And when people pay more attention to something enjoyable, they tend to enjoy it more. So, why not eat popcorn with chopsticks or sip cold water out of a martini glass? You can even eat a pizza in an unconventional way. Forego the usual way of folding the pizza in half and stuffing it into your mouth. Cut your slice with a knife and fork or consume it while blindfolded. Engagement in  these novel practices tricks your brain into solving the phenomenon of satiation or the declining enjoyment that comes with familiarity. In other words, as long as you can find new and interesting ways to interact with something, you may never grow tired of it.

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