I’m not sure if you heard, but Adobe’s database was hacked in October 2013. So without giving details, let’s just say it’s taken me a long time to go through my list, make sure the sites I’ve subscribed to are still active, and then update my info. This has been on my to-do list since November, when I got back from my travel adventure.
So here it is, the last week of February! The past few days consisted of errands, projects, and resting. I’m slowly chipping away at my to-do list. The to-do list however, is not ruling my days. Each day I wake up and strive to do what I can in the areas of self-improvement, business, and relationships.
I didn’t spend as much time writing this week. Instead I focused on meal preparation and planning, housework, and a project I’ve been putting off – updating and changing passwords. Check out our Investing Time Series to read more on investing time to save time, if you’re interested.
Which brings me to password safety tips.
1. Change your passwords at least every six months.
2. Do not use the same password for every site.
3. Never use names, dates, such as birth, anniversary, etc.
4. Use a variation of characters, upper and lower case letters, and numbers if the website allows it.
In 2002 I needed a safe place to write down my passwords, so I came up with the Internet Info Page. It is one of the top sellers.
Read more about password safety tips here:
Google – Safety Center
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