"Strategic Nap | Crafted Pour"

"The way our weekday call schedule works: you get to the hospital around 5:45 to get started in the OR, and then get relieved at 1pm, go home for a bit, and come back to the hospital at 6pm until 7am the next morning. The expectation is that we take a nap within that 1-6pm window to be awake enough for the evening. When logging our work hours, there’s a drop-down option we have to click that says “strategic nap” to explain those weird hours. I tend to get about an hour of solid napping in, but sometimes it’s hard to force myself to sleep in the middle of the day, and I wish I could down one of these.", "undefined", "Strategic Nap",

"Ingredients"

Strategic Nap By , The way our weekday call schedule works: you get to the hospital around 5:45 to get started in the OR, and then get relieved at 1pm, go home for a bit, and come back to the hospital at 6pm until 7am the next morning. 

The expectation is that we take a nap within that 1-6pm window to be awake enough for the evening. 

When logging our work hours, there’s a drop-down option we have to click that says “strategic nap” to explain those weird hours. 

I tend to get about an hour of solid napping in, but sometimes it’s hard to force myself to sleep in the middle of the day, and I wish I could down one of these. The way our weekday call schedule works: you get to the hospital around 5:45 to get started in the OR, and then get relieved at 1pm, go home for a bit, and come back to the hospital at 6pm until 7am the next morning. The expectation is that we take a nap within that 1-6pm window to be awake enough for the evening. When logging our work hours, there’s a drop-down option we have to click that says “strategic nap” to explain those weird hours. I tend to get about an hour of solid napping in, but sometimes it’s hard to force myself to sleep in the middle of the day, and I wish I could down one of these. Ingredients: - Aged Rum - Any Smokey Whiskey* Instructions: Shake everything with ice and strain into a glass with fresh pebble ice. Garnish with mint and lime and serve with a straw. *I used Swear Jar Canadian whiskey that I had “aged” for three weeks with a Splitrailz stick. Personally, I don’t feel like Splitrailz really make liquors taste expensive and “aged” like the company says, but I they do add a unique oaky/spicy taste to whatever you put them in, so I think they’re still a useful tool. Tropical,Daiquiri,Grogs,Shaken,Tiki,Tart