I *definitely* like this.
I remember when I was an office wonk, feeling that midafternoon “dip” around 3pm, where I was keying in info in a spreadsheet or database, and finding that, many many keystrokes past, I had *fallen asleep* and therefore had keyed in the info all wrong. Wasted time, wasted productivity.
Sometimes it would get so bad (and the work was so tedious), that I’d actively search for a deserted office or closet space and powernap for fifteen minutes. Just shut my eyes in the dark and just be *out*. Reboot. Afterwards, I could get back to work with less careless mistakes.
One advantage of my job is that, during my non-classroom, non-meeting, non-advising, non-grading, non-planning hours, when my body has to be on campus but my mind doesn’t, I can pull up a comfy pillow and take a quick nap. And it’s perfectly fine, as long as the door is closed shut so that folks don’t hear you snore or see you drool.
Siestas… we need ’em!