How and How Not To Nap

After beer, naps are proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy. Whether outdoors or in the comfort of your own home, there is nothing quite like a good nap to make you feel refreshed and comfortable and just slightly disconnected from reality. However, just because you sleep in the daytime doesn’t make it a nap, if you cross certain lines, it’s just going to bed at the wrong time; that, or you might be running a fever.

Your day time sleeping might be more than a nap if you cross two or more of the following lines:

1. Daytime sleep in your bed, under the covers.

2. Change your clothes or take them off altogether.

3. Sleep for more than 3 hours.

4. End up drooling and/or snoring.

or

5. Start your nap after 7:00 pm.

The perfect naps are as follows:

1.  On Sundays (Saturdays also acceptable, but Sunday is better).

2. Usually 45 minutes to an hour long.

3. You wake up from them with lines on your face and/or arms.

4. It takes about 15 minutes or so to fully rejoin the world after they are done 

and

5.  Followed by a tasty cheesy, carb-y snack.

Nap responsibly!

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2 thoughts on “How and How Not To Nap

  1. Harry Truman once said that you should nap every day but it doesn’t qualify as a nap unless you strip down to your shorts. That was from Uncle Roberts brain.

  2. Aunt Mary

    I worked with a very bright man who took a purple satin pillow and a small blanket (i.e., woobie) into a small, dark room every day promptly at 1:30 pm and came out ready to tackle the world at 2:15 pm. Power naps – those who believe swear by them. Me – It would take me that long to begin to fall asleep!

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