Tools, Apps & Software I Use
Dropbox is a service that allows you to manage and store files to the cloud from multiple devices, from anywhere in the world, provided you have an internet connection of course. I’ve been using Dropbox for years and swear by it when it comes to backing up all my work files and personal photos and videos. I’ve had my hard drive die on me before, but I have peace of mind knowing that all my files stored in my Dropbox folder on my computer, are simultaneously uploaded to the cloud and synched across all my linked devices.
Divi is “the most popular premium WordPress theme in the world” brought to you by Elegant Themes. Divi also uses the most powerful visual drag & drop page builder called the Divi Builder, funnily enough. I’ve used many page builders over the years, but I’ve only been using Divi from about 2015 and have really been enjoying it since. The front-end Visual Page Builder is great for users who are new to using page builders, but personally I love the versatility and real control you have with the back-end page builder. I’m all about pixel perfection!
Evernote is a service designed to assist people with capturing, organising and sharing notes. It is one powerful piece of kit – I don’t even use it to its fullest potential! I really only use it to take photos of receipts with the app on my phone, so that they’re then digitally stored in the cloud. That way I don’t have to worry about the receipts fading, and so I can just throw them out! Especially when Evernote has its powerful search feature, which allows you to search for information based on the text captured in documents themselves. Pretty neat huh?
Audiobooks I’ve Loved Listening To
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