What is your way to create good passwords that can actually be remembered?
I am using a self-developed "template" for my own passwords (like Facebook, Gmail etc.)
I use a small set of prefixes and suffixes and build a password like this: prefix + something meaningful, related to the site + suffix + pissible numbers
So, in case of Gmail my password could look like:
bar beeing the pre/suffix from my small set. This gives me longish passwords while keeping them easy to remember/figure out again and keeps me from re-using a password.
I'm really prone to forgetting passwords or mixing them, because there are so many of them and I hate recovering passwords, especially if site prevent you from using a password used in the past.
Am I right believing that this is an ok-ish approach to managing your passwords?