If you are someone who has a cat nap in the middle of the day, when do you have it, do you have it at the same time every day? Most people have to think about it. I know that there are some days, where I don’t nap at all and other days where I do, actually earlier this week I had a nap outside. Naps can be taken in a limitless number of ways, on the couch, outside in your bed in the car, and many other places just think about where you child naps when they are at school it’s not in their bed but they can sleep.
Off from work so took the opportunity to sleep in which never happens. I ran almost 8 miles once I woke up and did a few things here and there around the house but for the most part just lounged around. I kept thinking how I was taking a lazy day and having to remind myself that I ran 8 miles.
Plenty of people still worry that an EV won’t get them where they need to go on a full charge and that charging might be complicated or inconvenient or leave them stranded. And then there’s the issue of the cost: EVs are typically inexpensive to run, but buying one incurs a cost premium up front. (Some states have EV tax breaks that help, though.) No worries, the electric car advocates say, these concerns and complications are typical of new technology..
At least that is what happens to me, so I always have my iPhone with me while I am writing so that I can jot down other things in the note section. It is just so much easier than trying to remember it for later. Since novel writing inspiration can come from anywhere at any time in limitless amounts which can be quick which also means it can leave your head just as quickly..
It’s strange to think that something once as ubiquitous as the wristwatch is now an endangered species, rendered unnecessary by the clock display on mobile phones. According to the consumer research firm Experian Simmons, just 42 million Americans bought a watch for themselves in 2011, down from 55 million in 2004 [source: Goetz]. In the UK, a recent study showed that 14 percent of the public and 28 percent of those between ages 15 and 24 saw no need for a timepiece around their wrist anymore [source: McFarlane]..
There were 34 names on this year’s ballot. Put aside the Rich Aurilias and Jason Schmidts, those appearing for the first time who almost certainly won’t receive five percent of the vote and, therefore, won’t be eligible next year. But look at this group: Bagwell, Craig Biggio, Bonds, Clemens, Johnson, Martinez, Don Mattingly, McGwire, Mike Mussina, Piazza, Tim Raines, Curt Schilling, Sheffield, Lee Smith, Smoltz, Sammy Sosa and Alan Trammell.