An email and website journal to write down the most important website and email information. Sets nicely on a desk, or goes well in a brief case / bookbag.
Maureen Singleton – March 1, 2014:
I love my little book it keeps all my info and I never forget my password. Would like to order 4 for my friends and family
signacares (verified owner) – June 18, 2014:
I like mine so much I am buying a couple for gifts.
Liz Gibson (verified owner) – December 8, 2014:
This little book has saved me a ton of time so many times that I can’t count! I have had mine for about 2 years now and I no longer have to stress over finding the right website and password or fool with getting a password reset just about every time I try to log in. There are just too many passwords to remember and the rules are different on different sites and then there are the resets – so forget using one or two passwords! the only thing is, this book has to be kept in a safe place – don’t carry it around with you and take the chance of losing it!
Deborah Eckberg – April 13, 2015:
I love mine so much, when I spilled coffee on it, I panicked! I went back to where I originally bought it and they didn’t carry it any longer. I went on line and found another in my favorite color. It’s such a great tool. I use it all the time, and that’s what it saves. TIME. No more guessing, writing down passwords in different places and then trying to remember where I put it and consequently; what’s the password for an important site! Great “little” tool with a “huge” punch.
Disorganized – June 21, 2015:
How in the world did I live without this? My sister gave it to me as a gift (she can’t get along without it either!) Truly – I have practically worn it out from thumbing through it so many times and only a year old (Guess I had better order a lifetime supply?) I did add my own alphabetic tabs so can easily flip to the right section (A-E,etc, etc). The darned thing is filling up though as my husband has now had me add all of his info, and I definitely needed to jot down all of my 90+ year old mother’s info as well. (I should have 3 and start a mini-library) GREAT gift item! Let’s fact it, who can remember all this stuff?????
StartNewYear – December 26, 2015:
I love this organizational tool. I have been using it for a couple of years now. Even though I write in pencil and erase no longer used accounts, mine has gotten messy. I am on-line to purchase a new one to start over with a clean slate. While here I am going to buy a few for gifts.
LaChristall – February 8, 2016:
I love mine. I have had it for years now I’m buying another one.
Kelly Stangel (verified owner) – June 12, 2017:
I’ve had mine for several years. I had searched everywhere for a small, USEFUL password book, but nothing fit the bill until I came across this little journal. I keep info for myself, my husband, my adult kids, my elderly aunt and my now deceased mother-in-law. Since I handle my elderly family members’ finances it’s impossible to keep track of all the different passwords, etc. I’m buying some for my kids for next Christmas as they now all have their own homes and lives. P.S., I’ll still keep their passwords for those emergency phone calls needing passwords.
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Life is an adventure. It’s not the destination we reach that’s most rewarding. It’s the journey along the way. So Write it Down! & Treasure the memory forever.