(CNN) — Now that we’ve sprung forward an hour, we could all use a little nap to make up for that hour of sleep lost to Daylight Saving Time.
That’s why Monday is National Napping Day.
The day was created in 1999 by a Boston University professor and his wife to highlight the health benefits of napping.
So, go ahead and find a cozy spot for a mid-afternoon nap, if you can.
You can also use #NationalNappingDay on social media.