Remember to celebrate National Napping Day: Grab a pillow and find a comfy spot March 9 to observe this annual day, which falls the day after most of us spring forward for daylight saving time. Yes, we know that does not happen for most of Arizona.
Why partake? Research backs the idea of taking 10- to 20-minute naps when fatigue hits.
Whose idea was this, anyway? A Boston University professor and his wife created the observance in 1999 to spotlight the health benefits of catching up on quality sleep. The day after daylight saving time seemed like a bright idea.
How to observe? Take a relaxing nap and use #NationalNappingDay to post on social media.
Information courtesy of the National Day Calendar