Let’s say there is an item with the words “bleak” and “dismal” on a bookshelf. Take one of the words, write it in capital letters. Take the other, in lower case. Add the same numbers you can remember to each password you make. Let’s say counting from 1. You put the numbers either at the end, the beginning, or distributed in the middle. So you end up with d1Bi2Ls3Em4Aa5Kl6, and you can reconstruct this by remembering just “bleak/dismal.” It is best if the two words have the same number of letters, or one has one extra. This is so fun, you may get obsessive for a while, because some are easy to relate to and type, and others are annoying.

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