Q: Why only 30 minutes?

Some people do take an hour or more for a lunch break, but it's more often heard that people feel lucky to have 10 minutes to themselves--and may not even remember what they ate while they checked their email or ran an errand.

Making your food last more than 15 minutes may not be as important as using the gift of extra time to try something new--or make even more progress on that whatever-it-is that you've always wanted to do. Try "feeding yourself" for a whole hour and see what you notice.