Use this free printable password organizer form to keep track of the passwords and usernames for websites and other business accounts, so you can remember how to access your information when needed.
This form is pretty self-explanatory, but I did want to mention a couple of things about the way I designed it so you could get the best results from it that are possible.
You can find more information on how to organize passwords in the 52 Weeks to an Organized Home Challenge.
I have found that after you get a large number of online passwords, PIN numbers for various things, and pass codes, it can begin to get overwhelming to find the items in one long unorganized list.
Therefore, I think alphabetizing your list of passwords, at least by letter, works best.
Therefore, my suggestion would be to print at a least a couple of these pages and have one page for each letter, or perhaps a couple of letters on one page, such as A-C, for example.
I would then either hole punch them, or place them in page protectors, and either place them in a thin password journal or binder or folder, or as part of your other contact information.
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I have discussed in more detail in the Password Organization Challenge article why I encourage you to organize passwords in some form or another, but the short version is because it is next to impossible to remember unique passwords for each site you visit, and using the same password for everything is neither safe nor feasible since so many sites require specific requirements like, a certain number of characters, upper and lowercase letters, numerals or symbols, etc.
But you certainly don't have to use this form if something else works for you better. For example, you could use a password organizer booklet that's already been made for you, design your own, use a spare address book, or use a wide variety of software programs or apps. You can check out the Password Organization Hall of Fame here on the site, which shows how other readers, who've already organized their passwords, have done it to give you more ideas.
If you're looking for pre-made and pre-printed password organizer options here are some you can choose from:
Here are additional pages on the site you may find helpful for password organization, and otherwise using technology to keep you organized.
Printable Address Book Pages
Monthly Bill Organizer Worksheet
App Store: Best Aps For Organizing & Home Management
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