Click to Print: The Peaceful Mom Password Keeper

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Click to print The Peaceful Mom Password Keeper.

I don’t know about you, but I have lots of websites I visit that require passwords.  To make it simple I used one password for all my on-line activity.  Then…my husband’s identity was stolen through his email and the perpetrators hijacked his PayPal account to sell fraudulent materials on line.

Needless to say, it was a huge wake up call.

Once I started using more secure passwords and differentiating them between the various websites, it became more difficult to remember which password went with which website.  (I have heard that you can use the same basic password and add the initials of the website before or after the word, but this still seems less secure to me than using different passwords.)  Of course my computer stores them automatically, but when I recently moved from a desktop to a laptop computer, I had to re-enter all of the information.

To help me keep up with all the passwords I created The Peaceful Mom Password Keeper.  Click to print a FREE copy for your records: The Peaceful Mom Password Keeper

Obviously, keep this form in a safe place!


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  1. Lorraine says

    Hi!Thanks so much for sharing all of these forms!I’d love to print & use the password keeper, but when I click on the link, the page is blank.:(Is my computer malfunctioning or did other readers have this problem also?

    • says

      I haven’t heard of anyone having any trouble and it is loading fine for me. You will click the orange words, then right click the form when it comes up and choose print. If you are still having difficulty it may be your internet connection or a server issue which means you may have to try it later. If you can’t get it, email me: kimberlee @ thepeacefulmom . com and I will send it to you.

  2. Jessica says

    Came here from pinterest and thought I’d leave a few password tips:

    1. Lists are great, but you’re better off just signing up for LastPass and NEVER worrying about where this sheet of paper went to. LastPass stores ALL of your passwords, can be used as a plugin on your browser or logged into through their site if you’re not at home. They also generate super secure and unique passwords so you NEVER have to remember another pw again except for your master lastpass pw.

    2. As far as creating passwords go, a simple string of four words is entirely more secure than a one word pw with numbers/letters/characters. So if your password is “P3acefulMom!” it’s going to be less secure than if your password is “ponies rainbows glitter pinterest” and way harder to remember at that (wait, what letter did I use a number for? was there an exclamation point?)

    3. Another thing about lastpass and security, your passwords are encrypted locally (your computer) before they reach the server for even more security. You can also create encrypted notes (I’ve been trying to memorize my cc number, so when I don’t feel like getting up, hunting for my purse to get my wallet, I pull up my secure note with that info)

    Takeaway: Just get LastPass and never worry about your passwords or where you left that piece of paper they were all on again.

  3. Dorothy says

    Thank you so much for creating the website password sheet, I was just about to make my own. I try to keep my passwords simple but after a few to remember it can get quite confusing. Thank you!

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