“So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.”
I take this to mean exactly what it sounds like - everything you do should bring glory to God (or, as an extension, allow you to bring glory to God - this includes eating and sleeping).
I program, perform various acts related to home improvement, run, and snack on Doritos. None of these things bring glory to God nor do they bring me closer to acts that glorify God. If I follow this verse wholeheartedly (think about it… this includes almost everything you do throughout the day, from appreciating the landscape to smacking a fly), I feel I may plunge into insanity.
Another interpretation may be that you are not to do things that bring dishonor or “dis-glory” to God. Is that right?
Or am I way off-key here?