Organize Your Blogging Logins in One Place
How many times have you forgotten your login information and had to reset your password? It’s such an annoying process. The absolute worst is when you get locked out of your account for too many failed attempts, then reset your password and get “new password cannot be old password”. AAARRRRGGGGHHH!!!!! Infuriating!
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How many usernames and passwords do you have? Try to count. It’s impossible.
These days you need an account for everything. Between blogging platforms, social media sites, affiliate programs, emails, it’s endless.
Then there’s the personal stuff. Credit cards, household bills, etc. Every company encourages paperless billing now. Which means even more usernames and passwords to remember. I even have login information for a diapers rewards program for my toddler!
Have to ever had to clear the cache files on your computer? And then have to put in all your login info to each and every platform you use? It’s painful!
I’m done with it. I took some time to create myself a Password Organizer. I designed it to go in a binder I work from every day. It’s always by my side when I’m at my computer.
From my important business logins to my personal accounts, I’ve got all my info in one place. It’s worked out so well for me, I wanted to share it with all of you!
If you feel the need to get your passwords in order, I’ve got you covered. I’ve included spaces for the website, your username, password and a notes section in case you want to record any other helpful tidbits like a security question/answer.
Download it, print it, and keep it somewhere convenient. Be sure it’s safe/secure, of course.
I personally do not keep any of my financial related passwords there for security purposes.
Enjoy your free printable password organizer. I hope you love it!
P.S. If you find you need something a little more robust, I think this little Password Book is brilliant!
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