Save Time With Your Little Password Book
Why Do We Need A Little Password Book To Save Time?
We are all looking to save time every day, so we can use this time for better things. So we can spend more quality time with our family and friends.
Inspiration From The Older Generation
I know of people that have used Password Sites to store their passwords. Or they create a document on their computer and then lose the password for the computer. Or some people even have their own system. There are even websites where you can generate a memorable password. Then you use the same system for every new password.
Using Your Little Password Book
Go ahead a buy your little password book. You might even have a little notebook that has not been used yet. This could be the perfect time to put that book into action. My little book is about 8cm x 14 cm and on each page I put a basic heading. e.g. Bluehost, for my Hosting Company and list all the email addresses and passwords. If I want to List some details for something else, I always use a new heading. That way it is easier to find the login and password I am looking for.
Store your password book in a safe place. Please make sure that it somewhere that you will not forget. We have all put things in “safe places”, never to be found again 🙂 Also, keep it in this place. Then every time that you need it, you know where it is.
My Experience So Far
Spreading The News
I am so grateful for my parents sharing their neat little tool with me. I encourage you give it a go. I am sure you will love it. Spread the news as well. Imagine how much time we could be saving for everybody. Of course, you will have some people who are set in their ways and will prefer to use their own methods. Everybody can do what they want to do. But if you think this could benefit you, give it a go. I love it and I am not going back!
And what about the future of passwords in general?
According to an article entitled Is it time to Ditch the Password? in Computer Business Review by Vince Warrington, they could be on their way out. Check out the full article here. https://www.cbronline.com/in-depth/time-ditch-password