Jay Sennett |||

Naps are Fantastic

Naps are fantastic. I love them and look forward to taking them. Naps on the weekend are a necessity for me. Throughout my working life I’ve been known to take a twenty minute nap on my lunch hour. I never overslept and, upon awakening, felt, well, fantastic. As part of the Sabbath, I like to live in a different time structure from my five-day-a-week workday life. Naps fulfill this desire.

Taking naps helps me to feel like I am truly caring for myself. Naps also help me prioritize my time and fill my small, but growing, well of optimism. That drowsy, relaxed feeling post napping. is one I seek outI also think taking naps gives me opportunities to take back from corporate capitalism my mind, soul and body.

I highly recommend naps. If I can’t find an hour for a nap on the weekends, then I definitely try to take a two-hour nap.

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