We try to keep things fresh and interesting here on Great Day And, according to a new study, we may be helping you stick to your diet.
Researchers in Sweden found women eat about 50% more when they're watching boring TV shows.
The study also found women eat about 35% more when reading, than when they watch an engaging comedy.
Experts at Cornell University tell Time Magazine that the level of engagement in an activity was linked to how much a person ate.
By the way, we welcome back Clayton Clark who's been enjoying paternity leave with his wife and new baby daughter.