iOS and Mac Apps for Getting Things Done
I use Omnigraffle weekly to quickly make nice looking process workflows.
My dashboard for health and productivity tracking
I've been using Bartender to organize my Mac's menu bar for years now.
Quitter is a Mac app that automatically hides or quits apps after periods of inactivity.
Alfred replaces Spotlight Search for me. It's super powerful, and I should probably write about it.
My favorite SQL database management app for Mac.
The best UX/UI design tool for Mac.
Slack-style emoji everywhere on your Mac.
A great way to manage your colors across apps on your Mac.
I keep my data safe and backed up automatically with Backblaze.
What I use for package tracking on iOS and Mac.
Automation of files and folders on my Mac.
The password manager I use for me and my family on iOS and Mac.
System monitoring in the Today View on my Mac.
An incredibly good RSS reader for iOS and Mac.
An extremely powerful long-form research and writing tool.
Gear For Getting Things Done
When I write things in a notebook, I use this one.
When I write with a pen, I use this one.
This mid-2015 model is my work computer.
My personal computer from 2014-2017, I used this for writing, Sketch and travel.
PiPifier is a Safari extension that lets you use every HTML5 video in Picture in Picture mode.
I loved this, but YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video have all blocked it from working the last time I checked.