A quick way to help you save time during your day, is to avoid typing altogether and use your voice instead. Speech to text software has gotten surprisingly good, and according to a Stanford study, is 3x faster than typing (in English). Not only that, but it's also less error prone, so you can avoid many of those embarrassing misspellings, typos, and fat finger slips.
I personally use it for all kinds of stuff, like comments in my code, writing documentation, PR descriptions, commit messages, slack messages, emails, AI prompts, blog posts, pretty much anything that's more than a sentence or two (even then I might still use it #lazydev).
MacOS has this built-in, and you can set up a keyboard shortcut to turn voice dictation on, so it's ridiculously easy to use (I personally have it set to turn on when I press control twice). To turn voice dictation on on your Mac, you can follow these instructions.
According to their docs, it looks like windows has this built-in as well, though I have not tested it myself, so cannot speak to its effectiveness and ease of use.
Hope this tip helps! Until next time, Happy Hacking!