I'm a big fan of consignment stores as you can see from this article, this article and this blog post. Now that I think about it, a lot of my wardrobe comes from consignment stores, sample sales and Winners. I've also sold my clothes in...Read More
Christmas shopping can be expensive and let’s be honest, most of us don’t stay on budget. I try my hardest but I slip, trust me. So what do you do if you don’t want to give gifts for whatever reason that works for you?
I wrote this last year for AOL and considering shopping has ramped up, thought it would be perfect to revisit.
The Canadian retail space isn’t very competitive. We can’t stack coupons, the sales aren’t as deep as the United States, there isn’t the variety and the only money-back option is to fill out a rebate form, mail it and hope to get a cheque within the next eight weeks, if you’re lucky.
Ebates Canada hopes to change all of that by addressing most, if not, all of these roadblocks to shopping online and adding a few incentives such as coupons and cash back – no rebates.
[caption id="attachment_1686" align="aligncenter" width="461" caption="Menu planning on my fridge"][/caption] This week I start a four-month editing contract. Nothing out of the ordinary but this time my client wants me in the office. That means I've got to do some planning so I don't fall off the...Read More
See that picture? That picture is of my feet on the Toronto Transit Commission's subway at 1:00 a.m. I had just finished saying goodnight to my friend Gail McInnes. We met up for coffee then went to an event. That's not important. What's important is what...Read More