Napism.Info: For people who take their naps

Napism.Info: For people who take their naps "religiously"


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Sleep: the final fun here. These are the thoughts of the Nap Masters, their continuing mission: to explore strange new dream-worlds, to seek out new nap places, positions, and styles; to boldly nap when and where no one has napped before . . .

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781482373820
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/12/2013
Pages: 106
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.22(d)

About the Author

"I believe in celebrating the simple pleasures of life. In common, everyday naps I find rest, comfort, peace, and rejuvenation, and in all of our collective humor surrounding naps, I find great entertainment." - The Dalai Napa . . . or was it Mik Hetu?
Mik Hetu lives on a little old Swedish sailboat he completely rebuilt himself, and yes, he does take a nap nearly every day, even if it's only a Practice Nap. He's very good at it, too ("Hell, I've been napping ever since I was a baby!")

As he and The Dalai Napa so often say,
Choose to snooze: Nap long and prosper.

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Napism.Info: For people who take their naps "religiously" 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BrainybirdAA More than 1 year ago
I had to laugh at some of Mik Hetu’s ideas for his book: Napism Info. I am a true napper. I used to call it a power nap, but now, since my trip to Australia, it is a Nanna nap. When I have the urge or need I can fall asleep at a drop of a hat for 10, 15 or 20 mins then wake up refreshed and be raring to go. I now feel justified in my methods and justified at criticising my partner whom , according to Hetu, is no napper because he is confusing a nap with a sleep: he ‘takes his shoes off, crawls into bed under the covers, turns the light off, turns of the TV and falls into a deep sleep. Very amusing ideas and I am definitely a believer. I have to admit to tuning out a bit at the end, but possibly because I was due for a nap.