Working remotely sounds like the best thing in life. It’s also part of the reason I enjoy working as a writer, running my own blog, and creating digital products. I get to work anywhere at anytime. In this page, you will find the most recommended tools I’m using to run my work and life.
NOTE: I get an affiliate commission or a referral bonus when you sign up for some of these tools using the links below. However, you’re not paying anything extra for them. Plus, most of them are free. (Win-win!)
- Hover (where I purchase and manage all my domain names. Get $2 off)
- SiteGround (to host my WordPress sites. Get 60% off)
- Elementor Pro (the most powerful drag-and-drop website builder)
- MailerLite (for email marketing. Free for the first 1,000 subscribers)
- Gumroad (for digital products)
- TransferWise (receive international currencies at lowest fees ever)
- PayPal (for everyone who pays or gets paid)
- Notion (best place to dump everything out from my brain)
- G-Suite (Drive for cloud storage, Doc for writing, Sheet for storing and tracking data, Mail for emails, and more)
- RescueTime (track how I spend my time at the background and send me a weekly and monthly report)
- Dropbox (cloud storage and syncing)
- Grammarly (proof everything I’ve ever written)
- 1Password (simple, convenient security)
- Noisli (white noise that boosts productivity at work)
- Amazon Audible (listen to books on-the-go)
- Blinkist (book summaries app I use to pick books I read in full)
- You Need A Budget (the best budgeting tool. Try it free for 34 days)
- Headspace (simple, effective guided meditation app)
- F.lux (blue light blocker to help improve sleep)
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These are the most recommended tools I’m using right now. I’m also testing some other tools and will add more to the list when I find better tools in the future.