When Jim first became obsessed with auroras in the early 1990s he would spend up to 40 hours a week of his spare time patiently waiting for the displays - which usually never came. But when they did the rewards for Jim far outweighed the time he spent watching. Northern lights on May 1, 1990, captured over Aberdeen. Picture: Jim Henderson / Barcroft
thealreadyrestless: “ So recently I have been working 30-40 hours a week. (Actually 44 hours one week!) This means I have been too busy to study because if I’m not working, I’m resting trying to make...
How to Get 40 Hours of Work Done in 16.7 by Chris Windield - Using the Pomodoro Technique and adjusting his work schedule brought this entrepreneur's workload to a manageable level. (Note: This does not include time spent in meetings or on the phone.)
Crowds in George Square on Bloody Friday, 31 January 1919. Glasgow's engineering unions called for a general strike starting on 27 January in support of the demand for a 40-hour working week. Up to 40,000 men came out that day, and 70,000 on the following day.The police alleged that demonstrators blocked the routes of trams travelling past George Square, and they charged with drawn batons to clear surrounding streets.