People who regularly don't get enough sleep are usually most affected by the lost hour, said Timothy Morgenthaler, Mayo Clinic's co-director of the Center for Sleep Medicine. People who are sleep-deprived might struggle with memory, learning, social interactions and overall cognitive performance.
Some advocate that napping could help.
I am down with that! Naptimes could be very useful today. Probably not while I'm on the information desk though. That might be frowned upon. Or would it? I could put a little bell at the desk and you could ring it when you need me. I would quickly pop up from under the desk. Easy Peasy.
If you can make it throughout the day, today at 4pm we have Tail Wagging Tutors and at 6pm we have Minecraft Monday! Yipppee!