What I use on a daily basis to get things done.

Working remotely for the past 5 years, I've had the opportunity to try out a lot of different tools and workflows. Here's a list of the ones I use on a daily basis.


  • 13” MacBook Pro | 2GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i5, 16GB RAM (2020)

    I use this machine for everything. I love the portability and I never had one fail me yet. Been using a 13in MBP since 2010.

  • HP 27xq | 27-inch QHD 1440p 144Hz

    A 27in display is pretty standard. Having multiple windows and apps open on one display simultaneously makes managing communications and projects much easier.

  • Logitech G913 TKL | LIGHTSPEED Wireless Keyboard

    The low profile keys and the wireless connection are a must for me. A great keyboard to keep at home or even take with you on the go.

  • Logitech G501 | LIGHTSPEED Wireless Mouse

    Adjustable weight, wireless, and a comfortable shape. What more could you want? Customizale buttons to streamline my workflow. I love this mouse.

Development tools


    My heart is really split, I love Jetbrains products just as much as I love VS Code. But I use VS Code for most of my projects because of the extensions and customizations I have made.

  • iTerm2 | Oh My Zsh | PowerLvl 10k

    I use iTerm2 for all my terminal needs. I love the customizability and the ability to have multiple tabs open. I use Oh My Zsh for the theme and PowerLvl 10k for the prompt.

  • Local | By Flywheel

    I use Local by Flywheel for all my local WP development needs.


  • Adobe Creative Cloud

    Everything I need to get my designs done. I use Photoshop and Illustrator primarily. And I only begun to use XD for prototyping. I use to use Premiere for video editing, but have not used it in a while.


  • Obisidian

    Great software to use for note taking. I use it for all my notes and to keep track of my projects. It even has database plugin and query langauge to help you organize your notes and find connection. Plus syncing with devices is free with a iCloud account!

  • Grammarly | Premium

    I make so many small misakes when typing. Grammarly helps me avoid typos, misspellings, and other writing mistakes I make because of my dyslexia. I use the premium version because I found it to be worth the money.

  • MoneyWiz

    I have gone through a lot of money management apps with my wife. This is the first app that makes sense for the Philippines, allows us to both make entries using only one account. And allows us to keep track of all of our finances -- credit, loan, business, personal, savings, budget -- all in one place. The best part though is there was practically no set up. We just started using it and it was easy to use.

  • 1Password | 8

    I use 1Password for all my passwords. I made the switch from LastPass to 1Password becuase of asthetics. I love the design and functionality, and would recommend it to anyone.