16” MacBook Pro, M1 Pro, 16GB RAM (2021)
Previously I was using an Intel-based 15” MacBook Pro but the difference is pretty phenominal. I’ve still to this day, yet to hear the fans turn on, even though I often have a ton of applications open simultaneously.
LG Ultrafine 4K 32
It was hard to find a monitor i was happy with after stepping down from a 27" 5k iMac. This was one of the best I could find for the money. Whilst it doesn't have the same clarity as the iMac display, it rocks iin just about everywhere else.
IPad Air 4th gen
Apart from being a news reader / gaming device, this is used as my second screen for emails / slack etc. With apples continuity feature, it works seemlessly with mouse and keyboard.
Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch
I have always been really happy with Apples keyboards and this one is with touch id is awesome.
Apple Magic Trackpad 2
I dig using a trackpad and the gestures really help my day to day flow.
I have been using this pretty much since it released and love it. The monthly updates are really helpful and I enjoy tweaking my set up with all the new settings, to help make my work flow, just that bit easier.
Brave and Firefox
Not much to be said really. You get the best of security and a mix of the best JS run time and browser dev tools.
This is my go to these days. As well as the fact companies i work for are mostly using it as well. Ive never been much of a fan of Adobe bloatware.
This is where all my todo's live. I plan my life in this thing. I integrate ToDo'ist in centered.
Working from home, it really helps to have a program I can go too to help get active and be motivated. It is invaluable really.
DripEx 2 in 1 folding Treadmill
I have this set up and ready to use daily. With a regular pattern of stepping on and off during breaks and meetings. Really helps gets those steps in
Mindfullness is a great to stay connected with oneself. I use Headspace daily and it really helps with staying focused and energesied, especially during busy times.