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Home Management Binder Cover

I have been totally overwhelmed in my head with plans and ideas that I have for what direction I want this "Stepford endeavor" to go in. It's like sometimes I want to do Youtube other days its Tiktok and most days I want to just give up. I had way more success with animating and that was without even trying. But my passion does not lie there unfortunately and I keep finding myself coming back to Stepford Living and wanting to give it and honest shot.

Part of the reason it has been so hard for me to commit to this project is insecurity and the other part is that I am so unorganized it gets overwhelming at times. 

And how Stepfordian can I be if I let my thoughts and my home fall into disarray?

So I am starting on building my home management binder. I only really have the cover solidified right now but its a start. 

A cute start and that's all that matters. Right?

Anyways the link to download will be down below


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