I have recorded mine for several years in a Moleskin A-Z journal. I previously worked in an environment where I had many (hundreds) of logins to manage, and so I couldn't understand his reluctance because it just simplifies things so much. Especially so if the details one needs to remember are used less frequently. After another hissy fit last weekend, I decided it was time! Chris and I were in Officeworks in Hobart yesterday and, after much searching and finally having to ask a chap to guide us to where they were securely hidden, we bought him one. It was just a paperback version, not a Moleskin, so I decided I'd better cover it for him. I found a sheet of scrabble paper and trimmed it down to fit the front and back and cut a dark brown strip for the spine. I used a Fiskars note page punch to punch the edges of the spine piece and stuck every thing down with double sided tape. A rummage in my seldom used sticker bin produced the puffy brown alpha stickers used years ago on another project. But, as is always the case when trying to use up old stickers, there was none of the letters I needed to complete the wording I had thought to use. I decided to lay them out in a scrabble format so I could double up on the letter use. Triple word score to me I think!
All this chat, I think I'm prevaricating...housework to do, uni course to progress, dinner to prepare (special guest coming!) and I'm sitting here in my jimjams chatting...