Asana - Project Management Tool
Asana is the tool I use to organize and manage pretty much everything I do. There are a lot of GREAT project management tools out there, but this is one I've used for years and they only keep getting better. You can have conditional subtasks to break down big tasks, timelines to make sure you hit your deadlines, and recurring reminders to keep you on track with ongoing goals. If you work with others, it's also a great place to bring your team’s work together in one shared space. (and my personal favorite – no scrolling chat function!!! #DownWithSlack)
Toggl - Track Your Time
Toggl.... Oh toggle. For years now, I've been meticulous about tracking my work hours. Toggl is the simplest and easiest tool I've found to do this. (Plus, it's free!) It helps me stay productive, and has amazing (and pretty) reports to help me break down my time, and continually streamline my activities. The fastest and easiest way to discover how much your time is truly worth.
Gusto - Payroll and Employee Management Software
Gusto is great if you've incorporated your business as an S-corp, or if you'd like to hire W2 employees. My business is an S-corp, which means I'm required to pay myself a salary through a registered payroll software. Gusto automatically pays my employee tax to the IRS, and helps me manage everything needed for taxes, government assistance, insurance, and more.