To get serious about the economy, get serious about napping
Napping improves performance more than a jolt of caffeine or exercise. But where is napping in Canadian culture?
It might pay big economic returns if the government would operate napping salons where workers could go nap during their lunch break. Or, we could take a page out of your Kindergarten teacher's plan for the day and have legislated nap time.
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