Gnorb writes in and introduces his post on power nap. There are couple of resources available on power nap, but Gnorb has a pretty good overview on this topic. Power nap is great from people who suffer through days of fatigue and need some quick ways to recover. He talks about the advantages of power naps, and go through all what, where, and how questions for it:
How much do you sleep? Is that enough to keep you energized all through the day? If you’re like most people the answer is “probably not,” even if you take a good multivitamin/mineral/phytonutrient supplement. That’s why today I’ll be discussing the much taunted, much mocked, and much made fun of to the point of toomucherry yet ultimately effective technique known as “Power Napping”. (Insert whooshing sound.)
Honestly, although it is often mocked, the power nap is one of the best tools for busy people who have to rely on clarity of thought in order to be the most effective at what they do. This includes business executives, counselors, programmers, managers, coordinators, mathematicians, and of course, writers, among others. Basically if most of your work involves thinking and wiggling your fingers on a keyboard, blackboard, or waving a writing utensil over a notepad then this most likely applies to you.
How to Power Nap – [Gnorb.net]