Sorry for not posting yesterday! Problems with the computer- viruses that steal passwords! Which reminded me that I don’t backup my website and blog as often as I should. And that it is not safe to store passwords on your computer (you know, when you are asked if you want your browser to save your password, and next time when you want to log on a website, it automatically fills in your password on login forms); I don’t do this (I don’t save passwords) for sites that involve money (like Paypal) but anyway, I turned off my computer right away, and patiently awaited for my hubby to come home and solve the problem. But in the meantime, I called my sister Oana and for more than half hour, she changed my passwords for all the websites I use- just as a measure of caution. It wasn’t fun at all!
Here is how I “store” my passwords- I saw this idea on Karen’s blog .
I have a photo framed on my desk; the frame is from Ikea.I wrote all the passwords on a piece of cardboard and I put it on the back of the photo/frame.
Yes, it takes time every time you want to log on a website to enter your password, but it is safe.
I wanted to show you my newest bag, but the place for photography is already taken. Tomorrow!
Have a great week,