As a kid, I hated naps. I always snuck out of bed when my mom forced me to go to sleep at two-something in the afternoon on weekends, but when I got older, around high school, I found myself falling asleep while watching TV after I finished my homework. In college it got worse. I'd fall asleep on the bus ride home, and on my days off from work, I'd knock out for two hours upon coming home. Now that I'm in a set routine at work, I find myself sleeping for about an hour and a half every weekday, and on weekends, my naps can last up to three hours.
I can't be the only person here who takes a nap on a daily basis. What about everyone else?
Perhaps it's because I don't get enough sleep since I always push staying up until midnight or so, but even when I do go to sleep early (before ten if I'm extremely tired), I find myself taking a nap as if it's a routine regardless of how many hours of rest I got the night before. Is it just something that happens as you get older, or does anyone think it's just a lethargic routine that I set up myself?