How a ‘lazy’ siesta could transform the UK’s working day | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett

Longer breaks could mitigate some effects of extreme weather due to the climate crisisI will confess that my sleepy heart sang when I read the news that the National Trust would be introducing siestas for its staff. My people, I thought. A French friend of mine notes that Britain is one of the only countries where it is acceptable to withdraw socially for “a lie down” simply because you’re tired of company, but the working day, in its punishing Protestantism, is a different matter. Part of my dislike of offices, aside from them being the enemy of creativity for anyone… Source – Full Article

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