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Every year, there are so many work productivity tools and apps you can choose from. These work productivity tools are there to help manage your time and to keep you stay on track. But have you ever thought about pretty web fonts improving your overall workflow? What? How can pretty fonts improve your work productivity? You ask. Well, I thought I was the only one but apparently not! Whether you are drafting an article or a post, writing an essay, or jotting down some notes, using the right web font matters.
Think about using a boring font like Times New Roman. Doesn't it give you a feeling where you are back in college writing a 10 page research paper? But with pretty fonts like Krub (#10 see below), it motivates you to keep writing. Can you relate? We all love visually pleasing things and using a pretty font is no different. Just by using the right font, you will definitely see yourself working longer and this improves your personal productivity.
All of the fonts are going to be size 20, with the phase, Always be happy. Being happy has always been something I've been focusing on (and you should too!) It seems really easy but can be difficult at times. Read all about how to become a happy person. So with that said, let's get right into these 14 pretty web fonts (no particular order) you need to download right now.
3. Century Gothic
12. Franklin Gothic
You can customize your font list by going to Font -> More Fonts in Google Docs. If you cannot find it, DaFont is the site where I use find these pretty fonts. This site carries a lot of cool fonts as well as various font styles. You will definitely find a font you like!
Talking about improving your work productivity, I take my writing seriously and proofread as many times before publishing a post. My go-to main platforms are Evernote, Google Docs, and Grammarly. These are so far my favorites and I don't think any other apps out there can replace these. Just because they are very easy to use, free of charge, and allow you to do most of the things you need. See step-by-step guide of how I proofread and write my posts. You can also use my method below when you are writing a paper or any document.
All of these three platforms are compatiable with both Windows and Mac. You can download Evernote here, Access your Google Docs here, and download Grammarly here. Grammarly has extensions for both Safari and Google Chrome. Ever since I've found about this productivity tool, I've been using it non-stop. I highly recommend you do get one (it's free) if you don't have it yet!
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