Admit it. You have at least one post-it on your desk with a password written on it. Or a paper in your top drawer. Or under your keyboard. And you use the same password for almost everything (GASP!)
There is an easy way to manage all your passwords.
You need to use a password manager. I finally implemented one a few years ago and it has saved me more time and headache than I could ever imagine.
Believe me, I understand the password overwhelm. Besides the passwords I have for my personal logins, I have business logins, client logins, bank account numbers, ID numbers, security questions to remember…..there are HUNDREDS. There’s no way I could keep that all straight.
So what is a password manager? It’s a website (or app) where you log in with one password, usually called your Master Password. Once you’re in, you can store ALL your other passwords there. Of course, you’ll want to make that Master Password a REALLY strong password that you can remember and enable third-party authentication, which will verify your identity by either a text or mobile app on your phone.