Absolutely a part of my every day carry. Things I can't live (or work) without.
An absolute must have tool for me when I'm photo/video editing, programming, and designing on the go. Does absolutely everything I need it to. Hanging on to this guy for as long as I can...and that magsafe adapter. *crying*
My daily driver. ALWAYS, with a Saddle Brown case. Gotta get that patina!
Recently picked up an iPad Pro with Smart Keyboard and the Apple Pencil. When I'm out writing blog posts, drafting ideas, or even just web browsing. This does the job and does it incredibly well. I've been using this setup even more than my MacBook Pro due to it's portability.
AirPods? What!? I can't hear you. I love these things, perhaps my favorite Apple product to date. Paired with a beautiful leather case from Nomad? You can't ever go wrong.
There are things you just buy once and keep for life. This backpack is one of them. Designed in the USA with a military background. This thing is bombproof. Haven't actually tried blowing it up yet, but I don't anticipate this backpack breaking on me any time soon.
Absolutely a must when I'm working remotely, commuting, or traveling. One of the best investments I've made for productivity. This is my second pair...I believe that says a lot.
Grovemade has made it into my EDC as stylish, functional, and absolutely simple products with amazing build quality. Plus, they're made in Portland, OR. Not going back to a fat wallet ever again. Bye-bye back pain!
Hydration club! I always have one with me on my desk, in the car, in my bag, you name it. I've been trying to drink water a lot more this year, it helps to have a slick bottle to drink out of. Just please don't knock mine over.
Always on my wrist to track everything from my daily water intake to how many petty street crimes I've stopped.
I'm not entirely too sure why I have an honorable mention list. I love these things as equally.
Can't go wrong with pen and paper. Can't go wrong with Field Notes. For times when that brilliant idea hits you or when you just need to hand somebody a scratch sheet of paper.
There's a good reason why this knife was exhibited by the New York's Museum of Modern Art as a design masterpiece. No complicated tactical spring assisted butterfly switch locking mechanisms with 20 tools and a spoon built in. It's just a knife, and a classic one at that. Although I just use mine primarily to open Amazon boxes, but whateves.