ZEN Hustlers
Balance on the edge
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In our modern times we are surrounded by technology that can support us, empower us or aims to debilitate us... as we're sadly now learning. Below are some of the top apps and websites that can be critical for your balance between hustle and zen. Work smarter, spend less time on technology to empower all you are out to create! 


Buffer Syndicate your social media posts over time, app + web 📱 💻

Scoop It - Curate online content from the web, app + web 📱 💻

Facebook Pages - Manage your FB page easily, app 📱

Slack Replace team email and communications, app + web 📱💻

Drive - Google's cloud storage to access your work files, app + web 📱💻

Dropbox - Cloud based file sharing to collaborate online, app + web 📱💻

Evernote - Get organized, work smarter, save everything, app + web 📱💻

Instagram - Share photo, video and live content @zenhustlers to engage people, app 📱

Asana - An easy way for teams to track their work and get results, app + web 📱💻


Zen - Relax, meditation, sleep, app 📱

Calm - Support for meditation and calm, app 📱

HeadspaceLearn to meditate and be mindful, app 📱

Omvana- Meditation, focus, sleep and inspiration, app📱

Aura - Health and happiness meditations, app📱

Insight Timer - Almost 10k guided meditations, app 📱

Thrive - Take back control of your time, app 📱

Moment - Track your phone usage to create new goals, app 📱

Momentum - Set your daily focus and streamline, Chrome Firefox extensions 💻

💻 = Desktop apps
📱= Mobile apps


Thrive Global

Download the app and take back control of your time!


  • Thrive Mode blocks all apps, notifications, calls and texts. However, calls and texts from people on your VIP list will always go through.
  • Auto Reply lets others know you’re taking time away from your phone, and when you are available again.
  • App Control helps you set goals for how much you use specific apps and monitors your usage.

It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.
— Albert Einstein
Humanity may acquire all the right technology for all the wrong reasons.
— R. Buckminster Fuller