Notion

Because being scattered over multiple apps just isn't acceptable anymore.

Reasons I love it:

  1. It's flexible. - I can store information in almost any format and organize it however I want.
  2. It's shareable. - Family members, clients, colleagues—I can share specific pieces with whoever I need to.
  3. It's usable. - So many other systems are meant for storing/organizing information — with Notion, I can actually use the information I painstakingly gathered. It's my reliable external brain.

(https://www.notion.so/)

Amazing Marvin

Because once you know what you need to do, you have to plan when to do it.

Reasons I love it:

  1. It's flexible. - Yep, I said it again. In Marvin, you can try a new way of organizing your tasks without switching apps—just turn strategies on/off until you find what works for you.
  2. It's customizable. - You can make it as uncluttered or as busy as you need it to be.
  3. It's ADHD-friendly. - Gamification and tools to help fight procrastination make this a tool that actually helps distractible people get things done.

(https://amazingmarvin.com/)

Google Drive

Because we're way too advanced to be wondering if you have the latest version of a file.

Reasons I love it:

  1. Realtime collaboration - Editing on the fly with your clients or colleagues is a breeze.
  2. Always up to date. - With auto-save and version histories, you're always up to date and nothing is ever lost.
  3. Everything works together. - I never thought I'd be so giddy about embedding an updatable selection of cells from a spreadsheet into a document or slide, but here we are.

Google Chrome

Because the tool you use the most should be a help, not a hindrance.

Reasons I love it:

  1. Boundaries. - Use the "People" option to keep personal and business separate without using different browsers.
  2. Extensions. - There's an extension for that. No, seriously, there is.
  3. Omnibar. - Search, visit websites, do math and conversions—even find that tab you opened three hours ago and buried under 6 other windows.
  4. Syncing. - Pick up where you left off, even if you switched devices.

Acuity Scheduling

Because time is a non-renewable resources and your calendar should be sacred.

Reasons I love it:

  1. Outsource scheduling with a link.
  2. Require payment for picking your brain.
  3. No more scheduling tennis.

(https://acuityscheduling.com/)