Nicholas Bouchard

Nicholas Bouchard

@allegedwriter  
whiskeyandstardust.com

Marketing copywriter by day, fiction writer by night. Aspiring mountain man trapped in the city.

#freelance, #scifi, #games, #freelancing, #startup, #bitcoin, #video +10
iPhone SESpotifyLogitech G432The Witcher 3NotionThe Psychology of MoneyCalmly WriterFocus To-DoAdobe PhotoshopAsana

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You should be checking more than just your spelling. Grammarly catches syntax and grammar mistakes I make when I'm writing quickly. It also fights me on every other comma but hey, you win some you lose some.
Nicholas Bouchard stacked Slack
Hands-down the MVP for this past year of remote work at the day job.
There's no better way to store documents organization-wide. Especially since you've got the Google suite right there.
There is no better way to work collaboratively on a written document. It's what we use at the day job for blog posts, website copy (pre-implementation), internal documents, and more. Pretty much anything written.
My website is on Squarespace and I can't imagine going anywhere else. I don't have time to wrangle plug-ins in Wordpress and I need a bit more than the blog-focused platforms out there.
Everything investing/saving happens here. I use Invest for my tax-free savings account and my RRSP (Canada's 401k). I use Trade to scratch the stock picking itch, and Cash for my emergency fund.
Nicholas Bouchard stacked Asana
This is our go-to work management app at the day job. More powerful than many tools out there, but still simple enough to get the hang of after a couple weeks on the job. I personally prefer Notion, but Asana is pretty good too.
Whether I'm designing a cover for a self-published short story or just getting a map ready for D&D, Photoshop is my go-to. There are probably cheaper tools out there, but this is what I learned with.
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