This is a collection of resources that I use regularly. I wanted to provide you with them in an easily accessible manner so you can benefit from them as well.
Strong Workout Tracker
As of the time I'm writing this, I've tracked a total of 653 workouts with Strong. I do not think that any workout tracking can even measure up to Strong when it comes to strength training. It just does so much.
Great tool to track runs. I use their app on my watch to track my runs, pace, etc.
I do Intermittent Fasting (IF) almost every day. When I'm not doing it, I'm probably doing an extended fast or One-Meal-a-Day (OMAD). This is the best fasting tracker that I have come across.
TickTick has a ton of awesome features. It does everything I need in relation to task management: recurring tasks, habits, reminders, etc. A huge bonus is the calendar view it offers. It is immensely useful for planning weeks.
I do timeboxing, so keeping a calendar is essential for me. Cron is the best tool I've found to help me plan and schedule. It syncs with Google Calendar, which I use as the 'back-end'.
This is the best time tracking tool that I've been able to find. Essential for knowing whether you're spending time your time as you intended or not.
This is the best email client I've ever used. I used to have to switch between multiple Gmail and Outlook accounts. This is a lifesaver for email productivity.
A powerful utility program that has many different features. My favorite is FancyZones, which lets me create window layouts - fantastic for ultra wide monitors. I'm also enjoying the Run launcher.
Notion is an incredibly versatile tool with a powerful database system. I have used it for basically everything: writing, capturing articles, tracking workouts, tracking finances, and a ton of other stuff.
🧑🎓 Learning & Thinking
This tool has, in many ways, greatly improved my ability to create and think.
Brilliant tool for revisiting what you've read. Although, I mostly use it as a database to store highlights and notes, which I export to Obsidian.
I use Anki to augment my memory. It is the best tool for handling flashcards that I've found; and it's free & open source.
This is the best reference manager that I've found. I use it to keep track of the papers and other scientific material I read.
I use VSCode for almost all of my development. It's fast, extensible, and has a great community.
Windows Terminal is a non-negotiable for me. I have not found a better terminal emulator for Windows. It has tabs, great customizability, and it's pretty powerful.
This has become my primary browser. It just has so much customization and so many great features.