Raise your hand if, like me, you're floundering in website usernames and passwords. And, just when I start to remember them, the site asks me to change them for security. I'm not alone, right? So. I finally decided to do something about it. Rather than trying to keep all the little scraps of paper I scratch my passwords on in a neat tidy pile, I made a little password keeper.
I grabbed my GO Ticket Book and pulled out the lovely tickets (to use on other projects). I thought the GO line was appropriate since I can't "go" without my proper passwords, lol. I also love the reminder that often the packaging is as useful as the product.
I added a flair piece (taken off its charm setting), punched a hole and used a binder ring to hold my inside tags together:
My inside tags (which fit so perfectly!) actually have my passwords and such scrawled on them (about five altogether, broken out by category...shopping sites, services, bills, social media, etc) but obviously I'm not going to share those here. ;) I like that by using the binder ring I can change the tags out as they need correction and/or as I add more sites. I can also use the binder ring to hang my handy password keeper in my office, inconspicuously.
Ta da! So, how do you keep track of your many passwords? (Really. I'd love to know!)
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