I’m often asked what software and hardware I use in various parts of my technology-driven life, so I’ve compiled these lists of gear, including software, that I love, use, and recommend. It’s an ever-changing list, so check back often. Links to Amazon do include an affiliate code, and I do receive a small commission from Amazon.
Last Updated: January 7, 2019
Apple iPhone XS (256 GB, Black) on iPhone Upgrade Program with Verizon (eSIM) and Google Fi (physical SIM)
MacBook Air (2018, Space Gray, 512 GB, 16 GB RAM)
Apple AirPods for Everyday use
Bose QuietComfort 20 Noise Canceling Headphones for Travel
Western Digital MyPassport 2 TB Portable USB 3.0 External Hard Drive
Jawbone JAMBOX (Blue)
Monster Outlets To Go Power Strip with USB port
Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500
m-Audio Studiophile AV 40 Active Studio Monitor Speakers w/ Behringer UCA202 Audio Interface
Anker PowerCore+ 26800 Portable High Capacity Charger
Ubiquitu Edgeroute Lite 3
G Suite + Google Drive
Amazon Web Services
At the Office
Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 for Mac
Logitech Performance Mouse MX
Apple Magic Trackpad
mStand Laptop Stand
Adobe Creative Cloud – Photoshop & Lightroom
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airbnb: A great place to stay anytime you travel.
Backblaze: THE way to backup your computer. Affordable and easy! Mac native!
Dropbox: A great way to share and backup files.
Gazelle: The way to sell your used Apple devices (and Android phones too).
Google Fi: A great cell plan for those that travel abroad.
I Drive Safely: Get a ticket dismissed or earn a discount on your insurance
Lyft: An inexpensive ride.
Moo: Beautiful stationary & printed products.
MoviePass: See a movie, every day if you want, for $9.99/month
ReachNow: Pay by the minute, the hour or the day. Every rental includes insurance, fuel/charging, and metered parking in Seattle and Portland.
Soothe: Get $30 off your first massage, from an app that delivers high quality massage to your door in 1 hour.
ToDoIst: A great way to organize tasks.
Trello: A great way to organize projects.
Sticker Mule: Your very own artwork – as stickers!