Marketing Director and shopping expert at Ebates.ca, Canada’s largest Cash Back shopping site, sharing deals on the hottest trends.
Sari Friedman is the Marketing Director of Ebates Canada and resident shopping expert. Ebates.ca is Canada’s largest Cash Back shopping site. As a fashion enthusiast and new mom, Sari has an eye for finding and sharing amazing deals on the hottest trends and must-have styles.
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If you open a wedding invitation with a sense of dread, it turns out you're not alone. Let's face it, even if you love the people getting married, it's hard not to have visions of dollar signs pop in your head, and feel the impending drain on your bank account.
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Don't let winter's harsh weather wreak havoc on your natural glow.
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