It's time to fess up.
Tell me: How do you manage all those passwords for all those sites you visit?
Because I'm not going to lie: Until recently, I've been known to scribble notes to myself to remind me what my passwords are.
I say “until recently”, because until I met LionLock, that seemed like the easiest solution for me.
(OMG, I know, right?)
My whole life is online: my banking and my day job and my friends and my photos. Why was I using this (almost literally) ancient method to manage my logins?
It makes no sense.
There are lots of password management options out there, but LionLock is, by far, my favorite, and not just because they gave me this awesome illustration of myself as a lion. (And you should totally be humming Katy Perry's “Roar” now)
Within the LionLock platform, you can create groups of passwords and then grant access to certain groupings. While it's aimed at small business owners, who have employees to manage, it's a great solution for Jamie and I; we can share our banking login info, but then can also keep our personal stuff separate.
I'll be sharing a few posts in the coming months, as a member of the LionLock ambassador team, and I can't wait to share more about some of the great things LionLock can do!
I'll also be hosting a LionLock Twitter party with my friend Deborah from The Truth about Motherhood, on Feb. 25 (6PST/9EST), so be sure to follow me on Twitter for the details on that as we get closer to the day!
Check out the LionLock site, and don't hesitate to let me know if you have questions, or suggestions on what you'd like to hear more about!