My Favorite Things

Man is a tool-using animal. Without tools he is nothing, with tools he is all. -Thomas Carlyle

I have always been a big fan of tech tools and educational resources, (it's probably from my tech loving Dad). This page is a collection of all my favorite things that help business owners run things easier and stress less.

Please Note that most of these links are affiliate links, which means at no additional cost to you, I'm able to receive compensation for referring you to my favorite tools. All my recommendations are based directly from personal use and not compensation.




Quickbooks Online

Quickbooks has been the accounting standard for many years in the US. It is a software that is so easy to customize and will grow with you as your business grows. I especially recommend Quickbooks Online for product based businesses and those who dream of growing a team. If you are interested in exclusive pricing for Quickbooks Online please click below to contact me.


Wave Accounting

Wave is a great program for entrepreneurs. It is a fully functioning accounting system including invoicing, income and expense tracking, reports, and reconciling; AND it has no monthly fee so it's free to use.


Business Tools


Acuity Scheduling


Acuity is a powerhouse for scheduling appointments, taking payments, and hacking a lot of cool thing in your business and it starts at only $10/mo. I love it because it syncs to all my other tools to I don't have a bunch of manual data entry to after someone books a call with me. 




I will admit I was a late adopter to Trello and now I don't know how I would run my business without it. Trello is a magical tool that can be customized to track nearly anything and store all the information you need to run your business. I highly recommend using this tool and looking up Trello training from Dana Malstaff of


17 Hats


17hats is my second favorite tool for running my business. It combine a CRM, Project management, and Document tool all in one. To read more check out my post here


On My Bookshelf

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