FREE Printable Password Organizer
Can I guess your password? Is it 123456? Is it password? No, I’m not a mind reader… those just happen to be the 2 most common passwords (according to Sky High Networks).
While we’ve all been warned against using such simple passwords, you can kind of see why people revert back to them. The thing is, we’ve all got so many different accounts out there that coming up with different passwords for each and then remembering them all is next to impossible. So, what should you do? Well, instead of using common passwords, use this FREE printable password organizer.
If you’re savvy, this printable password organizer is the perfect solution to your password memory issues. Sure, you could skip this printable password sheet and just store your passwords in a text or Word file on your computer but what if you get hacked? What if you’re not at your computer and need a password? See, the printable password organizer really does make sense!
First, grab a copy of the free printable password organizer. (Depending on how many online accounts you have, you may need more than one printable password sheet). Then make a list of all your online accounts. Now, take a minute to consider your current passwords. Are they easy to guess? Are you using the same password again and again? If the answer is yes, it’s time to make some changes.
One by one go to each online account and update your password to be something more secure. Consider using a mixture of upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters (such as @, !, ?). Be sure to write your new password down on the printable password organizer. Yes, this will take a chunk of time, depending on the number of online accounts you have, but the security of your personal information is worth it!
If you’re already using diverse and secure passwords, there’s no need to make any changes! Just write your existing passwords down on the printable password sheet.
Now, here’s where being savvy comes in. Do not store your printable password organizer in a highly visible or obvious place. For example, don’t hang it on your fridge or leave it lying out on your desk. I recommend making a copy of the printable password organizer (in case you lose or somehow damage one) and then storing both copies away in separate locations. For example, you could file one printable password organizer in a folder others wouldn’t suspect such as “appliance warranties”. As long as you’re careful with how you store the printable password sheet(s), your information should remain secure.
Ready to get started? Download your Free Printable Password Organizer now.