Given the security breaches that occurred in 2017, changing your passwords is a great idea. But if you change them, you should keep a log of your new passwords. Why? Well, for one thing, taking into account how many passwords are required these days (even some food/recipe sites require them for some reason!) and the requirements some sites have (the Department of Defense’s password requirements are the worst I’ve encountered!), it’s just a good idea to have a log to help you remember them. But also, should you pass away or become incapacitated, your loved ones might need them.
So for security’s sake, change your passwords over the next week or so to new, more secure ones (not something like password). Create a password log while you’re doing so.
And if you need a password log, look no further.
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Disclaimer: I’m not an accountant or (tax) attorney. You should seek one if you need tax advice.
If you’re going to get credit for those last charitable donations for the 2017 tax year, today’s the day–and that includes donating those bags of clothes or no-longer-needed items in your vehicle’s trunk or your garage. Get those items out of your house today just in time to begin afresh in 2018 . . . and use my free charitable donation log to keep track of what you’ve donated for tax purposes.
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A lot of parents will be heading out to celebrate the new year this evening, so I thought babysitter notes would be an appropriate printable to post on the blog today. I’m even posting it super early in the day so that you can have it ready to go tonight!
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In the last few weeks, I’ve posted free printables for a Post-it day planner and a weekly planner. I even posted a monthly calendar desktop wallpaper.
Today, on the last day of 2017, I’m sharing a monthly calendar for January 2018.
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Today’s freebie isn’t a printable. Sorry. But I think the file is useful, and I hope you’ll agree.
Have you ever tried to pull up a monthly calendar in the task bar of your computer only to lose it as soon as you returned to another window? I hate that. I consider the fact that you can’t keep the calendar open a major flaw in the Windows operating system. (Give me a pushpin, people!)
But I found a way around the problem. I added a monthly calendar as my desktop wallpaper. And I’m sharing the file at no cost here on the blog.
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