Intuitive eating or mindful eating has taken a front seat in more people's lives through the pandemic as many people are eating whilst consuming media more (like eating in front of the tv).
Usually breakfast and lunch are consumed away from the Tv or phone as you have your breakfast on the table and lunch at work, with dinner the only meal with a high probability of being consumed in front of the Tv.
Most people working from home set up shop at the dinner table as a desk, so will choose to eat elsewhere, like on the sofa in front of the Tv, for every meal.
Here, we need to differentiate between homeostatic hunger, which is related only to balancing our energy reserves in the immediate future (an internal report from the body) and hedonic hunger which is registered from what our eyes see (a cupcake you will enjoy even if you were not hungry before you saw it)
If you hedonistically motivate yourself to eat by looking at pictures ordering online or simply cooking, you need to give the brain the feedback in the same way, to tell the brain that you are consuming what motivated you. Otherwise you overeat without noticing and will go back for seconds, or feel the need to snack after a full meal. Simply because your eyes and brain were distracted by something other than food.
When you consume food while distracted you don't register how much you are having and it's harder for the body to know when it's satiated.