In Praise Of The Nap
My friend Randy on the beauty of the power nap. I have long known the truth about the restorative nature of short naps but have never been good about taking or making the time to actually do so.
One of my favorite short nap stories of all is that of the artist Salvador Dali who would recline on the chaise in his studio with a large metal spoon in his outstretched hand. As soon as he fell asleep his hand would drop, hit the cobblestone floor, and the clang would awaken him to paint on for several more hours. Rumor has held that he would often do this for days instead of actual night time sleep. Which may explain some of his paintings.
Napstyles of the Rich & Famous | 43 Folders
Merlin’s wonderful little post on famous power nappers.