From Wikipedia — “Labor Day is a United States federal holiday that takes place on the first Monday in September. The holiday began in 1882, originating from a desire by the Central Labor Union to create a day off for the “working man”. It is still celebrated mainly as a day of rest and marks the symbolic end of summer for many. Labor Day became a national holiday by Act of Congress in 1894.”
That’s a brief history of Labor Day, and the reason there will be no posts here today. We’re taking a day off, but will be back tomorrow with our regularly scheduled hair loss questions and answers.
So to our U.S. readers, enjoy your day off today. To everyone else, happy Monday.