By Amanda Forson, WorldVitalRecords.com
A number of WorldVitalRecords.com subscribers have caught onto a practice of keeping track of passwords that may benefit others currently left in a quandary. Most drug stores or Wal-Mart have small, inexpensive address books that can be used to keep track of site passwords.
The only down-side is keeping track of the address book. So long as it is kept in the same place, and hopefully near the normal computer being used, if a home computer, or kept in a purse or pocketbook if the computer most often used is the library, surfing the Internet should be much easier utilizing this method.
Web sites can be kept in alphabetical order, and instead of phone numbers, or other blank spaces in the address book, the passwords can be entered.