Ultimate Planning Notebook Add-On: Password Keeper Log

Alright – I can't be the only one out there that has a million different website passwords floating around. It's beyond annoying, but at the same time, I know better than to use the same password for every website. It's a total first-world problem and it drives me absolutely crazy.

I finally started using a little bit of a formula to make my passwords that uses a similar password for every site but changes up a little bit of the letters depending on the site. That has made the process of keeping up with them a little bit easier, but it's still a pain. The only way I've found to streamline the process is using a password keeper that compiles websites, usernames, emails, and passwords all in one place.

This password keeper matches the other printables in my Ultimate Planning Notebook collection and is designed to safely keep your passwords in one place. I recommend storing this is in a safe place near your computer for easy reference. This isn't something I like to leave the house with; if it's a password I need on my phone it's usually already stored there, so there's no need for this to ever be far away from your home computer.

As with the other printables in my Ultimate Planning Notebook collection, this one is absolutely free!

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Enjoy, friends!

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2 Comments

  1. Michelle Leslie says:

    UGH!!!! I really need this Leslie. I’m forever losing or forgetting my passwords and I go into complete panic mode. Thanks so much

  2. Amber Harrop says:

    I need this – so many passwords these days