Hi all just wanted to contribute a method individuals use to make better passwords. The importance of this can be pretty real if a state or non-state actor were to hijack your account/accounts using a password you commonly reuse.
Depending on what you use computer/internet for one could be exposing themselves to liability such as identity theft.
Below is a method to develop a more secure passphrase than what you are probably using now. All you will need is a sheet of paper and one six sided dice. You can create your own word list using words from a dictionary, though people tend to create recognizable patterns over time.
Link to a prepolulated list. - http://world.std.com/~reinhold/dicewarewordlist.pdf
1. Decide how many words you want in your passphrase
2. Roll the Dice and record the result on a piece of paper (do this in groups of 5)
3. Look up corresponding number in your list and write down/memorize word.
4. Once you have memorized the passphrase you can shred burn or attempt to securely store the information in a secure location.
I recommend destroying any paper you use as part of this exercise.