According to wincalendar.com, this day aims to encourage everyone to catch up on their sleep. It recommends napping as a quick yet efficient way to increase energy and awareness.
Created in 1999 —a little late for Julius Caesar, considering today is also the Ides of March— by Boston University professor William Anthony, it is observed annually on the Monday after Daylight Savings Time begins.
Works for me!
I don’t feel old. I don’t feel anything till noon. That’s when it’s time for my nap.Bob Hope, from brainyquote.com