Making your living on the internet has many benefits; your time is yours to do what you want with, no annoying bosses to deal with, and the general sense of accomplishment you get from earning your living on your own - to name a few.
When working online though, you must strike a balance. You don’t have a boss enforcing deadlines, and nor do you have any set working hours - this is all up to you. You must also find your own source of motivation each day to sit down and work.
Many people find that their energy levels are much lower when working from home, simply because there isn’t as much arrousal, and your working at your own pace. It can also be a little isolated working from home if your spouse or children are not at home with you. The isolation is good for getting work done - but only if you have the energy and motivation to do the work in the first place.
So what does all this have to do with chewing your food?
Well, approximately 15-20% of your bodies energy is used to digest your food. Even more energy is used if you eat meals that combine starches and hard-to-digest meats, or if you drink a lot of water with your meals (water dilutes digestive juices).
When you chew your food thoroughly you can cut this energy leak from 15-20% down to around 5% in most cases. It’s recommended that you chew each bite of food 30 times. However this is just a general rule of thumb, some foods of course will take a lot less chewing. All things considered, you should at least try to chew your food thoroughly - avoiding swallowing any large chunks.
Working and making your living online is all about attention, focus and making good use of your energy and time. If you focus your attention, energy and time on the right strategy, your bound to have success. The more energy and time you have to focus, the better.
Vince Cordic is the author of an internet marketing blog which explores various internet marketing tactics and strategies to increase your websites traffic and earnings .
Blog URL: http://www.vincecordic.com