Notion. My new favorite digital filing cabinet besides Evernote. Notion is really giving Evernote a run for its money. It offers highly visual features with nearly all the same functionality as its competitor. While I still use Evernote, I am slowly transferring a lot of what I do as far as daily personal and work management into Notion!
Evernote. The easiest way to describe Evernote is that it’s a digital filing cabinet where you can save multiple types of content formats in one location: documents, URL links, clips from YouTube, selections from internet pages, PDF files, and more. Highly useful for both our teaching and personal lives!
Check out all my Evernote tutorials on Piano Pantry.
Feedly. Using an RSS Reader is, in my opinion, the only way to properly manage content in today’s world. An RSS Reader is like a personalized digital newspaper. You tell it the website you want to follow and it will stream all the newsfeeds into one location so you can keep up on new content in one place.
Read more about how I use Feedly in this post: Managing Internet Content the Easy Way
Grammarly. My English teacher and writing sidekick. With Grammarly Premium, you not only get the basic critical grammar and spell-check errors, but you also get instant feedback on over 400 advanced grammar rules. Microsoft Word spell-check can’t even touch the capability of this program.
Read more on why I love Grammarly in this post: Grammarly – Spell Check on Steroids
LastPass. I couldn’t manage all my accounts and passwords properly without Last Pass in this day and age. Your life will be made easier (and more secure).