Need A Nap? It's Totally Acceptable On National Napping Day

Napping Day Is The Day After Daylight Saving Time
Posted at 7:39 AM, Mar 13, 2017

The day after Daylight Saving Time when we spring forward an hour marks National Napping Day. 

Springing Forward hurts, right? We're all tired because we technically lost an hour of sleep.

You know what makes it worse? When the day after we Spring Forward is a Monday and we're back to work. 

Need a nap? Today you're welcome to take one. It's acceptable. Plus, studies have shown that taking a short "power nap" for about 10 to 20 minutes works wonders for productivity.