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In praise of naps:

In many ways, naps are Zambonis for our brains. They smooth out the nicks, scuffs, and scratches a typical day has left on our mental ice.

– Daniel Pink, 2018. When: the Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing. Riverhead Books, New York.

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