Always forgetting your passwords? This printable Password Organizer is a handy solution to help you keep all your passwords organized.
Simple passwords are a big no-no and most websites require long, extravagant passwords to help keep your account protected. If your password is something someone can easily guess, it’s probably time to change them.
It’s also suggested that you don’t use the same password across all accounts. If someone gets a hold of your password and you’ve used the same password on all your accounts, all your accounts could be compromised.
I don’t know about you, but I always forget my passwords. With so many online accounts, it’s practically impossible to remember every single password all the time.
The constant circle of resetting passwords, creating a new one that includes uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, special symbols and the blood type of my firstborn, got daunting. I wanted a way to keep all my passwords accessible so that I could stop the forget, reset password cycle.
Free Password Organization
At first I was just writing my passwords down on random sheets of paper. I’m sure you know how that turned out for me. Because I wasn’t intentional about keeping my passwords organized, I still forgot them and then lost the papers I had written them down on.
Now that I’ve created myself a printable password organizer, the amount of times I’ve had to request a password reset has reduced drastically.
The issue I have now is remembering to jot down the passwords after I’ve made them. But I’m working on that.
How to Keep Your Passwords Safe
You might be tempted to keep you passwords in a file on your computer. It sounds like a good plan. But what if your computer gets hacked? Every single password you’ve kept on your computer is now compromised.
My solution for this is to use this free password organizer to keep my passwords off of my computer and safe inside my home.
To get started on protecting your passwords, print as many copies of this free printable password organizer as you need to jot down all your accounts.
After you’ve printed your free password organizer, write down every online account you can think of in the ‘website’ column on the organizer.
Then, think about your current passwords, if you can remember them. If not, go to each account and go through the steps to reset the current password and create a new one.
Tip: Don’t use the same password on multiple websites.
Create your new passwords and jot them down on the ‘password’ column on the password organizer. Also fill in the ’email’ and ‘username’ columns.
Free Printable Password Organizer
This printable password organizer is a great way to keep your passwords organized. My suggestion is to print as many as you need, fill them out, and then store them in a safe place in your home.
Each printable password organizer has space for you to record 19 passwords. If you have more online accounts than that, feel free to print as many of these as you need.
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Don’t forget to pin this password organizer to your favorite Pinterest board so that you don’t lose it.