Gig economy and freelancers have grown tremendously and are seemingly always on the go. Luckily, there are many apps and products can help maintain this hectic work style, while allowing professionals to focus on providing the best service possible.
“Atomic Habits” by James Clear gives the reader guidelines on how to make small changes and transforming them into huge differences in your professional and personal life.
Luminary is a new coworking space for professional women who are seeking to network with like-minded individuals. The space offers free wine, nursing rooms, fitness classes, and a dedicated space for meeting with men.
WriteyBoard is a stick-on whiteboard that comes in various sizes to accommodate your biggest brainstorming session.
Noise-cancelling Bose headphones allow workers to hone in on their work without the distractions of a public place, and also have voice assistant integration.
The Mophie powerstation contains three power ports including a USB-C used to power devices, USB-A, as well as a three-prong 110V AC plug that can fully recharge an iPhone X up to eight times.
Toggl is a time tracking app that gives a clear picture of specific, time-consuming tasks or clients and allows you to track over 80 online tools.
Wave offers a recurring invoice feature for freelancers who may have trouble remembering to bill clients. It also has a direct deposit feature to make getting paid that much easier.