I’m often asked what apps, services, and tools I use to lead my location-independent life. I’d like to emphasize one thing – it’s not about the tools, it’s about your results, personal preference, and efficiency. If you work best with a pen and paper, there’s no need to try and adopt a digital tool that doesn’t feel right for you. Just because your peers or someone you admire uses one or the other tool, you shouldn’t force it on yourself. That being said, here are some of the tools and services I use to learn, plan, track habits, manage time, travel, write, read,…

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