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Snooze Stations will let you take naps all over Toronto

You know when you just need a nap? Like a mid-day shut-down to even comprehend how you're going to get through the rest of your work day? Three lucky Toronto neighbourhoods are going to make that dreamy fantasy a reality.

Snooze Stations will be set up in Yorkville, Liberty Village and the Fashion District for the month of August, ready to welcome your sleepy self.

From Monday to Friday, 11a.m. - 7p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from Noon to 8p.m. you'll be able to hop into bed in a life-size bedroom and take a test nap.

Full disclosure, this is a marketing activation from the folks as Casper mattresses who we are not affiliated with, but like, who cares? Any excuse to shut your eyes mid-day and not be judged is a welcome idea to me.

What's even better is you can book a nap in advance. So now you can stealthily step out of your office at 3 p.m., catch some Z's, then grab your coffee and head back to work completely refreshed.

Check the official website for exact dates of the various locations.

Photo courtesy Ryan Emberley


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