Freelancing tools

Asana: An awesome project management tools that helps me get stuff done… It helps me to work on projects, plan my week and acts as my daily to-do list… I owe my life to Asana!

Dropbox: I work on my laptop and PC, so I need to be able to access docs from various places. I use Dropbox for that – purely because I love MS Word so much.

Google Suite: The best for creating a custom email address with your domain… I know, totes profesh. You can grab your first 14 days for free, using my referral link.

Grammarly: For catching errors that I wouldn’t spot without proofreading my own work five times.

Teachable: Where I host my online products. They offer great pricing plans, and I treat their blog as Holy Grail for building an online course/product.

Calendly: For scheduling meetings, calls and coffee chats.


Blogging tools

Haute Stock: The best place for stock photos that don’t look like stock photos.

Bluchic: Where my blog theme is from, and the landing pages, and pretty much everything else you see from me that’s design-related.

Buffer: How I schedule tweets for the week. Super easy to use, clean interface and overall, makes the whole sluggish task of scheduling social media a tad less boring.

BoardBooster: 70%+ of my blog traffic comes from Pinterest. I owe my blog success (and again, my life) to BoardBooster!

ConvertKit: Are you part of the FreelanceFridays crew? First thing: you’re awesome. Second thing: ConvertKit is how you signed-up, and the reason why my musings make it to your inbox.

WordPress: My CMS of choice.


Misc. things that make me happy

Powersheets by Cultivate What Matters.

TopCashback: To save pennies when you shop online because let’s face it, that’s what Friday afternoons are for.


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