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Reset your Making Life Easier password

If you have forgotten your password, you can reset it here by entering the email address you used to create an account with Making Life Easier. This should be in the name@website.com format.

If you registered with a Facebook account, you will need to reset your password through their website.

After you have submitted your email address here, please check your inbox for a message from Making Life Easier. This is to confirm that you have permission to change the password and access the account. Follow the instructions in the email and you should be able to create a new password and access your account again.

You may need to check your spam folder as some mail providers can filter out automated messages.

Notice: You must confirm your account and email address before you will be able to reset your password. If your account/email address is not yet confirmed, you will be emailed the instructions once you submit the password reset form.

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Enter the email address you used to create a Making Life Easier account and then click "Reset Password".

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