There's software to organize your passwords and put them in one place for safe keeping. People like me like to write up tips on keeping track of all your passwords. But, we often forget the hardest part; thinking up the darn things.
And it only gets tougher these days. Most password protected sites, accounts, etc. increasingly create stricter perimeters to create passwords (at least eight letters, combination of letters and numbers, finding something not already in use, don't use your kid's name or your street address, etc.).
Enter passwordbird.com; a little online tool to help you think up passwords. Just answer a couple of simple questions; like your favorite name and date. The passwordbird engine spits out a suggestion based on your answers.