More People Are Eating Meals on Couches and in Bedrooms - The Atlantic with ⁦⁩ through and through
Americans are not eating dinner at the table anymore. Lifestyles have changed drastically as a result of focus on careers and independence.
A growing number of eaters may be dining on the couch or in the bedroom instead of at a table. 's Josée Johnston and Shyon Baumann explain how this is tied to cultural dynamics like gender inequality in cooking and screen time: via
my kitchen table is for work and my coffee table is for dinner
Profs. Baumann and Johnston on changes in eating at home — More People Are Eating Meals on Couches and in Bedrooms - The Atlantic
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