Welcome to the Random Reviewers

Who are we? Just an average couple buying everyday things to live our every day life. This section will be dedicated to reviewing products, places, our favourite things and sharing random projects and thoughts.  

Reviews of products, places, favourite things

Crafts and Recipes that we have tried or created

Random thoughts and stories

The Latest

  • These are a few of my Favourite Teas
    Its summer time! Time to enjoy some of the simple things in life while taking the time to relax, so I am sharing my favourite teas. Having a warm cup of tea can make a world of difference. Whether it’s a little caffeine to wake you up or some thing to ease you into your evening. So if you need some ideas for tea check this list out. My Favourite Black Teas Tetley Earl Grey VanillaThis one has […]
  • Mission: Gluten Free Stuffing
    Let’s talk about Stuffing. That wonderful seasoned crumbed bread that you have with a delicious turkey. Or if you are like me can eat on its own for a full carb treat. Oh so good! The problem though is some of us are intolerant or allergic to that perfect food and need other options. But Stuffing is just not that easy to replicate in a Gluten-Free way. Our household though has been on the […]
  • TurboTax and Canada Workers Benefit: An intuitive story
    Okay so this review is going to be more about an experience I had with TurboTax and the Canada Workers Benefit. For those who don’t know about the Canada Workers Benefit, it is a credit you can get if you or your family is low income (Made $32244 or less in 2021). For more information I have linked the direct page on the CRA website. You can apply and claim this by filling out the Schedule 6 form […]
  • Rocketing to the 21st Century with Reusable Notebooks
    Have you heard about Rocketbook and wondering what it is and how it works and if it works? This is the review for you! […]
  • Where’s the Ramen?-Gluten Free Style
    Lets talk about ramen! We like ramen, whether from a restaurant or going into our pantry for making it at home. It is really a comfort food. A problem though is the most common ingredients in ramen is wheat, which doesn’t work in a gluten intolerant household. But we are always on the lookout for gluten free products around here, so when we found a gluten free Ramen at Costco we had to try it. […]