Stuff I use.

Last updated on December 12, 2023



  • MacBook Pro (14-inch, M1, 2021)
  • DELL U2720Q 4k monitor: 🤌
  • Apple Keyboard
  • Logitech MX Master 2 mouse: I had a personal one and it's worth every penny.


  • Logitech C922 Pro webcam: Much nicer than the default MacBook cam.
  • Blue Yeti microphone: Would I buy it again? May be not.
  • Green Soul Monster Ultimate chair
  • Scarters desk-spread
  • YubiKey 5 NFC security key: I use this as 2FA.
  • iPhone 11 13
  • EarPods with 3.5 jack: Yes! I moved on from AirPods and then AirPods 2 as both of them didn't last for more than 1.5 yrs. As a backup, I use Nothing (wireless).
  • Apple Watch (Series 5)
  • iPad 9th generation and Pencil: I don't own any personal lapotp and thought will see if iPad can fill that gap. Got this one at discount for 25k. I use it for reading, writing, entertainment especially while travelling.



  • Brave Arc and Safari: I keep switching back and forth between these two for work and personal. However, for all OTP-purposes, Safari only.
  • Figma and FigJam Whimsical
  • Confluence
  • G-Suite
  • 1Password
  • Mimestream Apple Mail: Mimestream introduced paid-only tier and my work happens on Slack. So, wasn't worth paying for.
  • Cron and Google Calendar: LOVE Cron but it lacks certain features even today. So, keep switching between them.
  • Slack
  • Zoom
  • Grammarly


  • Logseq Obsidian: Second brain! Everything happens in here.
  • Bear Notes App Apple Notes: For quick notes, cannot rely on Obsidian. I've started using Apple Notes as a dumping ground and later develop thoughts in Obsidian.
  • 1Password
  • Authy
  • NextDNS
  • Private Internet Access (VPN)
  • Things 3
  • Alfred Raycast: Cannot believe this app is free! Absolutely love it.
  • Magnet: I switched to Raycast's built-in windows management especially because of easy window-size-rotating feature and 'Almost maximize' mode.
  • Hand Mirror
  • Reader: After trying out many tools out there, finally settled on Reader.
  • Pocket Cast
  • NetNewsWire RSS reader: It's still the best way to keep up with great writings on the internet! (Wrote a post about it)
  • VS Code
  • GitHub Desktop
  • Vercel
  • ChatGPT and Perplexity: For all things AI. Outlining my blog post and review it, brainstorming on personal or work projects, learning something completely new, and so on... I tend to these two before Googling anything.