Monthly Archives: May 2022

Nails of the week


Hi my Readers

Lately I’ve been enjoying a lot of cultural activities which I was finally able to go to. My nails weren’t suffering but now they are now cut because some of them broke on a very nasty places. I finally took photos of my nails somewhat early and before their nail polish falls apart 😁 but I took the with some app I’ve been trying on my phone so the quality is not good. At least the nails were nice 🤷

Wishing you a happy weekend 🙂

Antidote 😉


Worker’s rights days



Hi my Readers. Today I am going to inform you about a subject that is always in – rights.

The origin of the workers’ rights days.
In the 16th century it was decided by Philip II of Spain the work day to be 8 hours (4 in the morning, 4 in the afternoon with the exception of miners who worked 7 hours). The industrial revolution saw this as a problem and they increased the hours to 10-16 and even more. Child exploitation was considered normal: 9-13 year old kids worked 8 hours, 14-18 years old 12, and children under 9 had to go to school. Although there have been several attempts to reduce working hours, there have been no significant changes.

On May 1, 1886, a labor movement protest was held in Chicago to decrease the working day to eight hours. Tens of thousands of workers protested. On the third…

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