Monthly Archives: March 2022

Another terrible-picture of the nails of the week


Hi my Readers 🙂

By now you are probably used to my terrible nail pictures. But I will still keep posting them because they actually look good in RL and I want to have inspo-reminder. So here are this week’s pics of them 🙂 As usual I included some blurry ones so you can see the glitter 🙂

I am wishing you a good start of the week. Regards, Antidote 😉


Nails of the week

Nails of the week

Hi my readers

As is already known and very usual on this blog I share my nails right before I am about to remove it. But this time, to top it all the pictures that I have are terrible. Unlike the other times when I took the pictures with my camera, this time I took them with my phone. What is up with the Samsung camera and what compelled me to buy Samsung – I don’t know. But here there are. The manicure was really nice but it is not evident on the pictures.

I included some very bad photos so I can capture the glitter and I really tried, but blame the camera :/

Anyway, I am wishing you a lovely Sunday and amazing last day of this winter.

Have a nice one, Antidote 😉

They fought for us and we returned with reduction of those accomplishments



In honor to every woman. In honor in every woman that made the rights women enjoy today – possible. In honor to every person that helped them.

The earliest Women’s Day observance, called “National Woman’s Day”, was held on February 28, 1909, in New York City, organized by the Socialist Party of America at the suggestion of activist Theresa Malkiel. In August 1910, an International Socialist Women’s Conference was organized to precede the general meeting of the Socialist Second International in Copenhagen, Denmark. Inspired in part by the American socialists, German delegates Clara Zetkin, Käte Duncker, Paula Thiede and others proposed the establishment of an annual “Women’s Day”, although no date was specified at that conference. Delegates (100 women from 17 countries) agreed with the idea as a strategy to promote equal rights including suffrage for women The following year on March 19, 1911, International Women’s Day was marked for…

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