"Imagine all the people living life in peace. You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one.
I hope someday you'll join us, and the world will be as one. "
~John Lennon


Friday, October 26, 2012

Too Many Numbers

So many times I have felt just like this. Different passwords for each company I purchase from online. Each bank. Each email address. Each debit card. (I don't have credit cards, or there would be passwords needed for them too.) And on and on.

How do others handle this?

11 comments:

Rock Chef said...

How about changing them all to "icantremember"?

Ms. A said...

It's a royal pain, that's for sure and I don't even handle any kind of business online.

LL Cool Joe said...

I totally agree I have so many on-line for ebay, amazon, my blog, credit card, the computer etc. I can't remember them all.

Jeanie said...

I agree that it is crazy trying to remember them all. Here is how I haandle it......not very well. :) I guess it is a good exercise for our (aging) memories.

Stephen Hayes said...

Don't tell anyone, but I only have one password for everything. It's a made up word so I think I'm okay.

bill lisleman said...

Have you seen the recent reports about most common passwords? "password" and "123456" on in the top. Don't use these. Also don't use the same one for too many things. Hackers rely on that.
I found the easiest type is the letters of a favorite phrase or place and a few numbers. For example - B for beach or bird so you can get BB4FT - Beach Birds for Family Time. It is easier to remember a phrase than random letters.

DJan said...

Oh, this is so true! I have a system, but if I were to tell you what it is, I'd have to kill you. :-)

dkzody said...

I'm like DJan so can't share my secret.

Maggie May said...

It does get a bit much when there are so many to remember. Wish I had the perfect formula..... but then I wouldn't be able to share!
Maggie X

Nuts in May

Brian Miller said...

i try to keep mine simple...i have just a few that i rotate around....

Hilary said...

I have a few to try for those occasions when I've totally forgotten how to get into a site. Typically, I'll make a password out of the first letters of a line to a song. I'll switch them out now and again.