Grammarly Review: a free writing and proofreading app

Attention writers, students, office workers—you should download the free Grammarly app if you’re serious about improving your writing. Whether you’re typing on the computer or tweeting from your mobile device, Grammarly ensures that your work looks polished before you hit publish. Grammarly is a free plugin for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari that proofreads your writing wherever […]

Clack-clack: Go retro with the Qwerkywriter Typewriter

For the nostalgic typewriter enthusiasts comes the Querkywriter keyboard that recreates the look and feel of the click-clack experience onto modern computing. If you’re a fan of Tom Hanks Hanx writer fan, then you’ll certainly want to take it a step further and use the closest to the real thing.   As they say, the life […]

The Bullet Journal: An analog system for a digital age

You can count me in as one of the people that succeeds from an analog to-do list. I’ve tried countless to-do apps, and none of them push me to get stuff done like the written word. Keep yourself honest by adopting the bullet journal system, if only to remind yourself what actually deserves your attention. […]

Listening is the new reading

This post may contain affiliate links. Please see the disclosure for more info. If you’re behind on some of your reading goals for the year and want to catch up, I’d recommend checking out Amazon’s Audible program. You get two free audiobooks as part of signing up. I listen to audiobooks on the road, at home, and […]

Firing Table: Grow your Instagram account organically

Instagram users spend as much time on the app as they do on Facebook. Some even predict that Instagram will be as big as Facebook in the next five years with over 2 billion users. If you’re a business, an influencer, or just want to get your work seen, you need to be actively publishing […]