Take an Einstein Nap

Albert Einstein is famous for his belief in daily 20-minute naps . . . so take yourself off to the conference room for an Einstein nap and come back smarter. Or try a Salvador Dali nap by holding your keys in your hand above a plate on the floor; when you fall asleep, the keys will drop onto the plate and wake you up. (The modern alternative -- setting your cell phone's alarm for half an hour -- lacks so much artistic flair in comparison.)

Thanks to Brooklyn artist Timothy Wood for giving us license to use an image of his painting, "Einstein Cat Nap." You can see more of his work here.

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