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this kind of ac­count. Then he added he has been ‘hard up’ only since he met me. This hurts my feel­ings, be­cause as far as I know we spend equally. What do I do? A.

Go to a fi­nan­cial ad­viser to­gether. If he turns down ex­pert ad­vice, it means a joint ac­count could rep­re­sent to him a big step to­wards per­ma­nent to­geth­er­ness, some­thing he’s not ready for. To say he’s been hard up since meet­ing you is an ex­cuse. If you want a fu­ture with him, stand firm and quiet. Keep care­ful books in ev­i­dence of your equal ex­pen­di­ture. And give him more time to be­come ma­ture and se­cure enough to pool his fi­nances with yours.

Q. I get a tonne of work e-mail on my per­sonal e-mail ac­count. Even though Gmail of­fers me 10GB of space, my in­box is con­stantly full. What’s a good tool to clear up my e-mail? A.

FindBigMail is a tool we love at the Cosmo of­fice! It’s a great app that sifts through your emails and cat­e­gorises them in fold­ers ac­cord­ing to size—like larger than 10MB, larger than 5MB, and larger than 1MB. This will help you clear out ex­cess and un­re­quired mail in a jiff!

Q. Ev­ery­one seems to be go­ing on about flu­o­res­cent hues. I’d love to give the look a go...but with­out look­ing like a weirdo! A.

Flu­o­res­cents pieces can be tricky to pull off be­cause they’re so bright, and will be the cen­tre of at­ten­tion. But since be­ing in fo­cus can never be a bad thing, try the trend with some help from neu­trals—blacks and whites in­stantly soften the bold­ness. Or, em­brace this state­ment-mak­ing rain­bow and go tone-on-tone (in con­trast­ing or com­ple­ment­ing colours) with struc­tural sep­a­rates.

Bey­once rocks flu­oro colours


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