As someone who loves catching 40 winks, I took great interest in a story on the BBC this week that asked should workers be allowed to nap at work? It was promoted after the US government banned sleeping at work for federal employees.
Granted, it's not a great idea to have the accounts team snoozing in the corner. And what client would like to arrive at the firm's office to hear a chorus of snores harmonising with the calculator number punching?
But stay with me here. As firms place more importance on employee wellbeing surely a nap room could have benefits for the firm and lead to healthier staff.
And it's actually happening in the real world. Ice cream manufacturers Ben & Jerry's have realised that sleep-deprived employees don't work at their best, so they have set up nap rooms for their employees to snooze.
We heard of firms bringing pubs into the office and promoting healthy living with free fruit and flexible working, so is sleeping at the office the natural next step? Would you consider bringing a 'nap room' to your practice?
Since many readers practically live in the office during tax return season anyway, why not break up the long shift by taking a pillow down to one of the client meeting rooms?
Or perhaps more for those working from home, do you include a sneaky snooze as part of your typical day in the office?