Manage Your Digital Life

Your Digital Toolkit

Check out these critical digital tools that can be used to manage your modern life. Some of links below are affiliate links, which means that by purchasing products through this page, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you!


I start and end my day with Evernote. Join 100+ million users worldwide and discover why Evernote is quickly becoming the way people and businesses work, collaborate and communicate. More than a simple file repository, Evernote is a tool for keeping up with everything, managing tasks and projects, sharing work and in turn, feeling more productive. 


NOTE: This link goes to a sign-up page for an Evernote Premium account. $49.99/year and worth every penny in my book. 


Dropbox is my preferred file repository because I prefer its terms and conditions on privacy and security. Dropbox is a file hosting service that offers cloud storage, file synchronization, a personal cloud, and client software (meaning you can download it to your machine, or just use the web version.) I use this service to store my long-term, archive documents, or share documents with other people. I use this in combination with Evernote. 


If there was just one thing you could do to make your life easier, it would be to remember every single password you have. Not possible? Then try a little password organization with LastPass. Download LastPass and remember just one password from now on.  LastPass has a form filler that automates password entering and form filling. It also supports password generation, site sharing and site logging. I use this nearly everyday. (You can use it free on your web browser or pay a small fee for a mobile version, too.) 


"Back up your data" is kind of like saying "Wear sunscreen." These days, you just have to do it. I use Backblaze for because of its simplified set-up process and the confidence of knowing all my stuff is saved - without me thinking about it. 


Backblaze is an online backup tool for both Windows and Mac OS X users to back up their data to an offsite data center. The service provides unlimited storage space and supports unlimited file sizes. Backblaze allows the user to back up data continuously, manually, when the computer is idle, or on an hourly schedule.


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