In my life I’ve learned that living a life built on fostering daily purpose and meaning is a team effort. My team consists of a wide cast of people, but also a variety of tools that allows me to make my time, focus and money work harder for me.
On this page you can find all those tools.
BROWSE TOOLS BY CATEGORY
The following are books that have either changed how I see the world, or have directly impacted my life. Click here to browse all the books I’m reading.
This website is my business and the following tools power the critical infrastructure behind the scenes.
The following are tools that have helped me in my journey to becoming more financially educated and savvy with my assets.
An app that makes stock trading fun. No fees, no complicated steps. Just add a funding source and start trading. The best part is the social community that exists within the app that offers knowledge and insight into how others are managing their own portfolio. (free)
The following are movies that have either changed how I see the world, or have directly impacted my life. Click here to browse all the movies I’m watching.
To be honest, organization is not one of my strengths. These tools go a long way in helping me keep track of my thoughts and work.
Part task manager, part note-taker, part web clipper, and so much more. Notion is hard to explain, but once you dive into its various applications, you'll be hardpressed to remember how you lived without it. (free + paid plans)
My brain processes information best when there are bolded words, bullet points, and headers and subheaders. Workflowy is a tool that provides me a simple way to organize my most complex projects. (free + paid plans)
The world is filled with fascinating and wonderfully talented human beings. Here is a list of some of those who have impacted me the most.
It’s so easy to lose track of time if you don’t properly schedule it.
I love having a good old fashioned calendar around. I'm a planner and I like being able to schedule my time at the daily, weekly, and monthly levels. Google Calendar can do just that AND sync across all my devices. (free)
The best travel to me involves good hiking, great views, and delicious food. All the tools below are essential for helping me plan and enjoy all my trips.
AllTrails is an app/website must for anyone who loves hiking. With thousands of hikes that you can filter by location, distance, altitude gained, popularity, etc. chances are it can find your next favorite hike. (free + paid plans)
Anytime I go off the beaten path I rely on Gaia GPS for my map needs. It has the best collection of layers available to cover all my topographic, nautical, and historical needs. (free + paid plans)
When I need to find out the quickest way to get somewhere: Google Maps. When I need to find a vegetarian restaurant that has more than 4.5 stars: Google Maps. When I need to create a custom map for my next road trip: Google Maps. If I could only have one app on my smartphone: Google Maps. (free)
November 19, 2020 – added Airbnb under ‘travel’ category.
November 19, 2020 – added Wikitravel under ‘Travel’ category.
November 19, 2020 – added Amazon Kindle under ‘Books’ category.
August 20, 2020 – swapped SendFox for Mailchimp under ‘Business’ category.
August 19, 2020 – added SociaTap to ‘Business’ category.
May 26, 2020 – added Public to ‘Money’ category.
May 27, 2020 – added Lunch Money to ‘Money’ category.
March 12, 2020 – removed Robinhood from ‘Money’ category.
March 10, 2020 – added Workflowy to ‘Planning & Organization’ category.
March 10, 2020 – swapped GaiaGPS for Caltopo under ‘Travel’ category.