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Journals Unlimited - My Password Journal #GiftIdea



Hey neighbors!

Here is a super #GiftIdea!  Journals Unlimited has many different types of journals available.  I received the Online Accounts - My Password Journal.  I don't know about you, but I have so many passwords!  Sometimes I forget which one I need.  I used to always use the same password for everything, but they really recommend that you do not do this.  Now I have a password for Google, eBay, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, bank accounts, email, paying bills online and who knows what else.  Then you need a password for each group you join.




How do you keep track of passwords?  I used to scribble them down on a sticky note or scrap of paper and then a month later I couldn't find it.  So, I think a password journal is a much needed gift.  Almost everyone today has some form of electronics that require passwords, so a journal to record all of them would make a super gift.  The journal would also make a nice addition to a gift basket!


Journals Unlimited has many other journals to choose from.  Most of them are available in three different sizes: Full Size, Mid Size and Mini Size.  Here is a sample listing of a few of the types of journals they have:
Biking Journal
Bird Watching Journal
Campers Journal
Restaurant Journal
Prayer Journal
A Couples Journal
Food and Fitness Journal
Gardeners Journal
Visitors Journal
My Pregnancy Journal
Family journal
My Pet Journal
and many more.

The journals range in price from $5.95 to $18.95.  They are printed in the USA using a soy-based ink.  Sporting a hard cover and filled with acid free recycled paper.




Journals are also a good gift idea for homeschoolers.  Not only are the children recording memories, they are improving their writing skill.  We still have some notebooks and journals from when my children were young.  They enjoy looking back and seeing how their handwriting has changed too!

Take a moment and visit Journals Unlimited and see what they have to offer.  You will be able to follow them on their Facebook page - HERE.

Thank you for stopping by!  See you soon!

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