Lessons for the ADD Mom

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As ADD Moms, one of the biggest challenges we face is getting what needs to be done, done without making ourselves crazier in the process.

We are easily distracted, after all, and without some structure in place, our days often come to an end with nothing really accomplished.

I don’t have a magic wand that will change all of that; I’m not sure I’d want to be that organized and structured anyway, but I do have a place to begin.

Rachel from Small Notebook for a Simple Home is our new best friend.

Rachel has it figured out and she shares it with us via her blog.

Here are a couple of my favorite posts (I haven’t read them all yet):

The Freedom of Routines
My Top Five Cleaning Ah-Ha Moments
My Real Life, Practical Daily Routine

Check out Rachel’s blog and let us know: which is your favorite post?

Lacy Estelle

Lacy Estelle

Lacy Estelle is the writer of Lacyestelle.com and the Podcast host for An ADD Woman.

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  1. my son is 9yrs old. he was diagnosed at 5 with adhd. he has been on several medicines. for the last year it has been 40 mg of vyvanse, along wth clonidine to help him sleep at night. he has the last year had terrible nightmares. his doctors say that more clonidine will help. please give any advice you can. they also have him on 3mg of melatonin for sleep. i am desperate to help him.