British Rank Sleep as Life's 'Greatest Little Pleasure'
December 30, 2009
There's no denying the benefits of a good night's sleep. We love waking up refreshed and ready for the day. According to a recent poll of 3,000 Brits, our friends across the pond agree. The poll, conducted by the British company Bachelors, found that a good night's sleep was voted the number one "greatest little pleasure in life," according to an article in the London Telegraph. Other items that topped the list include "finding a forgotten tenner (a $10 bill) in your pocket" and "cuddling up with a partner in bed." Bachelors spokesperson Rob Stacey told the Telegraph, "You can't beat the feeling of getting into bed after a long, hard day," adding, "And that feeling gets even better when you wake up feeling great and back to your normal self the following morning."
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