750 Words

750 Words is a simple, distraction-free site to help you cultivate the habit of writing every day. 

Writing 750 words comes up to around 3 pages of writing. It’s a quantity that’s not too short and not too long, but sizeable enough where some effort is required. For me, that extra effort has spawned a lot of inspiration that wasn’t surface level until I had to dig deeper to get words out of my head.




Notes & Docs
Notion has a simple interface, with a lot of functionality behind the scenes to make your Notes and Documents rich with content, supporting over 30 different media types like Video, Embedded Sites, Embed Tweets, Tables, Kanban Boards and more.

Replaces Google Docs & Evernote

Knowledge Base
Notion is a great place to organize your knowledge, in the form of pages, tables, todos, boards, photos and other types of media.

Replaces Confluence & GithubWiki

Tasks & Projects
Notion has a calendar view, in addition to the list views and kanban board, so you can see the timeline and progression of your tasks and projects.

Replaces Trello, Asana, Jira

Spreadsheets & Databases
You can create spreadsheets within Notion, that can also be converted into databases that can like to your pages and other forms of media you create in Notion.

Replaces Google Sheets, Airtable


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Grammarly is a tool for effective communication. Grammarly uses advanced technology to do grammatical suggestions in addition to context-aware spell checks to make sure your messages, documents, and social posts are clear and mistake-free. 



Zotero Connector

Zotero Chrome Extension

The Zotero Connector automatically senses content as you browse the web and allows you to save it to Zotero with a single click. Whether you’re searching for a preprint on arXiv.org, a journal article from JSTOR, a news story from the New York Times, or a book from your university library catalog, Zotero has you covered with support for thousands of sites.