Tools That I Use And Recommend

Tools make life easier.

And that’s why, I’m going to share all the tools that I personally use, have thoroughly reviewed, and recommend to my close friends.

Disclosure: Please note that some of these tools contain affiliate links. Purchasing from these affiliate links would credit me with a small commission. Bear in mind that I’m not suggesting these tools just for the sake of commission. These are the tools that I’ve been happily using for more than 2 years. And highly recommend!

Best tools for avid readers & Learners

#1. Blinkist (Non-Fiction Book Summaries)

Are you struggling to fit reading in your life? Does reading a lot of books sound intimidating and impossible to you? Do you hate reading?

If you are nodding your head in affirmation to all the above questions, then you can try Blinkist.

What is Blinkist? It’s a book summary apps that shares key insights, audiobooks. and original episodes from more than 3000+ books and bestselling authors.

I’ve also written an ultimate Blinkist review here on my blog. It also includes tips to improve your learning and make the most of the Blinkist.

#2. Notion (Content Management)

Notion is a tool that helps you organize your thoughts, set goals, do daily journaling, and much more.

I’ve recently started using it. And my, it’s just amazing. Its user interface is intuitive with lots of features.

How I use Notion? Mostly, I use notion to document the lessons from books.

Even the free version is enough in itself.

#3. Grammarly (Grammar & Spell Check)

Grammarly makes writing a hell lot easier.

It helps you remove annoying spelling and grammar mistakes.

And if English is your second language like me, you know how hard it is for the beginners to write a simple article or email.

I highly recommend this to you if you do any writing or proofreading work.

Even if you are a student, it can help you improve your grades.

Best tools for Online Business Owners

#1. Generatepress ( Website Theme)

What do you think makes this website looks beautiful and responsive? It’s the Generatepress theme. I’ve been using this theme for around 10 months. This is one of the best themes I’ve ever seen.

The best part? It’s highly and easily customizable. Their support is of high-quality. Whenever I get any query, I just ask them on their forum. And voila! I’ve got the answer.

You can use this theme on multiple websites too.

Who should use this theme?

I recommend this theme to all the bloggers and freelancers who are searching for a theme to build a portfolio website.

#2. Cloudways (Web Hosting)

I simply love this hosting.

This is one of the best managed cloud hostings out there.

It provides blazing fast speed, that means high performance. And lots of cool features like CDN, Bot protection, etc.

If you are frustrated with a slow website, switch to this one.

You are going to love it too.

#3. BunnyCDN (Content Delivery Network for websites)

BunnyCDN, as the name says is a Content Delivery Network service that helps the files of any website load faster through an extensive network all over the world.

The best part is:

It’s highly affordable and yet delivers amazing performance.

That’s it.

These are the tools that I personally use and recommend to you.

If you want more information about these tools, you can send me an email at

Or you can visit the official websites of these tools and read the free resources.