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Spent this morning catching up on emails, freshening up the house and maybe some online shopping at @artdotcom for more pillows. #cybermonday #balancingact

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Thinking about my plans for 2019... oh you read correct. I’ve already implemented my plans for 2018. Now I’m just sitting back watching them unfold. I’m on to the next. #2019 #DoItForTheCulture Photo by @stevenduarte

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Karamo handles most of the dating dilemmas on QE , and boy is he good at it.

We first met father-of-two Karamo in 2004 when he starred in reality show, The Real World: Philadelphia. He's dabbled in a few other reality TV bits and bobs, but has also worked as a social worker in the years since The Real World. Plus he's an activist: he co-founded 6in10.org , which is an incredible organisation that works to combat HIV stigma and provides mental health support and HIV education to the LGBT community.

He has a penchant for dungarees too.

Feeling like I should be in a 90s RB video in these overalls. But which one is the question? 😜🤓 #Overalls #90sRandB

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And Mary Berry-inspired jackets.

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Antoni, who might just be the most beautiful human man I've ever laid my straight eye on, has previously worked as a general manager and food consultant in New York. But he's also done some acting in his time. He had roles in The Pretenders, Love Elliott and an episode of Blacklist. Queer Eye's original foodie, Ted Allen, is a good friend of Antoni, and actually recommended him for the show.

And just in case you thought he couldn't look any better, he was once a blonde, so there's that...

Friends: “You’re too old for @justinbieber hair. We don’t care if you’re both Canadian.” Me: *Listens to Purpose album once* #tbt to summer of 2016 📸@jkrietemeyer

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But, sadly, he hasn't figured out how to get dressed by himself yet...

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Cash back cards, which are popular among business owners thanks to their simplicity and high value of cash back rewards, are less common. They constitute 12 out of the 40 business credit cards.

As far as bonus categories for spending go, travel and transportation is by far the most common bonus category among the cards in our review set. 17 out of 40 cards include a bonus category for travel and transportation purchases. Gas station purchases is also a popular bonus category, as is dining and entertainment purchases (12 cards). Flat-rate rewards cards – which offer the same rewards rate on every purchase – are also very common, constituting 13 out of the 40 cards in our review set.

Use credit cards for most of your business purchases Give cards to your employees Juggle rewards cards Keep a close eye on deadlines and fees Never carry a balance Use shopping portals to stack rewards Get bonus points through a program partner Keep track of spending categories and payment due dates

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Business cards come with high credit limits – usually of $50,000 or higher – which makes them ideal for making large purchases. Some cards, such as the American Express SimplyCash Plus card, even allow you to exceed your credit limit when you need to make a large purchase.

The ability to track and manage business spending is generally a must-have for business owners. Most business credit cards come with expense-tracking features, such as apps that allow you snap photos of your receipts and file them on the go, spending reports, yearly summaries and the ability to designate an account manager to manage it all for you.

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Both narratives share one lesson above all others: ‘winners never quit and quitters never win’. Whether in a job, a relationship or a dream, we’re taught that giving up is synonymous with failure.

If you never quit anything, you’re going to have less time for the things that really matter – Eric Barker

“What nobody talks about is that, sometimes, quitting is really good. It’s really important,” says Eric Barker, author of Barking Up the Wrong Tree . “There are only 24 hours in a day. If you never quit anything, you’re going to have less time for the things that really matter.”

Of course, persistence is important. If you abandon a marathon at the 5km mark, you’ll never succeed. But rather than thinking of quitting as the absolute last resort, we may want to reconsider its value, say experts. Research suggests that, when done for the right reasons, walking away from a workplace, relationship or even an ambition can make you happier, healthier and more successful.

For one, people often are working towards the wrong goals to begin with. Even if a goal was once a good fit, it might not be so appropriate a few years later. “If I never quit anything, I’d still be playing tee-ball [a children’s version of baseball] and playing with Transformers,” Barker jokes.

But once we have realised we want to take a different direction, most of us still find it difficult to abandon our current path.

Would you rather lose $5, or turn down the opportunity to earn $5? Most of us find the latter easier, even though the result is the same

This reflects a particularly human tendency : our excruciating aversion to loss. What we have already invested, whether time or money or something else, reflects our sunk cost. That investment is hard to abandon. Would you rather lose $5, or turn down the opportunity to earn $5? Most of us find the latter easier, even though the result is the same.

It’s the same reason that someone with an expensive, time-intensive law or medical degree may be less likely to leave their career path, no matter how unhappy they might be.

But as Stephen Dubner points out in the Freakonomics podcast The Upside of Quitting , we’re so loss-averse that we favour sunk cost over an equally important consideration: opportunity cost. “For every hour or dollar that you spend on one thing, you’re giving up the opportunity to spend that hour or dollar on something else. Something that might make your life better – if only you weren’t so worried about the sunk cost,” he says.

Exacerbating our dilemma is our fear of the unknown. We don’t know what will happen if we quit to take a different path. But we do know what we’d lose by leaving.

What we forget is that just because we have more information about our present situation doesn’t mean those facts will stay the same in the future. (Just ask the employees of once-thriving chains like Blockbuster, Borders or Woolworths ) And not knowing what will happen after a big change doesn’t mean that path is worse.

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