It's a Monday, and you're probably hungover from Friday night, Saturday night, plus Sunday's brunch and Super Bowl that all just blended together.
Even if you don't have a "cool boss" who's really chill with you taking a power nap on the clock, you might still be able to sneak back some winks if you're a resourceful Costanza. Here are several of our favorite gear picks that help you master the art of the power nap at the office.
File Folder Pillow - $25 With a pillow disguised as a file folder, your boss will be touched at how hard you've worked—literally hard enough to pass out on your work. That air of "accidental" sleep might save your job if you get caught.
The Reclining Desk - $121 If you're working in your bed, napping at work is as easy as closing your eyes.
Ostrich Pillow Original - $99 This revolutionary device allows you to completely stick your head in the sand, so to speak. While it is zero percent subtle, it is 100 percent comfortable. And no one's suffocated yet!
The Workbed - $TBA There's no way your boss would let you commission a state-of-the-art work bed, but this might take the cake for the most Costanza-worthy setup. Desk one minute, bed the next, it would turn your spreadsheets into a task you can comfortably conquer.
Convertible Napping Desk - $TBA Another designer's take on the sleeping desk, this take on the desk-bed is even better—since it just looks like you're out of the office. Of course, that might not look any better.
Ostrich Pillow Light - $49 A little more subtle than the original Ostrich, this version resembles a neck warmer and gives your head the support it needs so it doesn't fall over, giving the game away.
High-Back Manager's Chair - $69+ Head control is one of the most important things you need to sleep under the radar. If you can get HR to spring for a high-backed chair that offers some neck support, your head won't be flopping around as you nod off.
Screenshot Screensaver - Free To stay out of trouble, keep your computer from falling asleep and set your screensaver to a random selection of choice screenshots. This should keep you safe from a quick glance in your direction.