National Sleepy Head Day has been celebrated in Naantali, a city in southwest Finland, since the 1880s. The day is mentioned in the Finnish almanac as early as 1652. The tradition traces back to the Middle Ages, when it was believed that the person who slept late on Sleepy Head Day would be lazy and non-productive for the remainder of the year.
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