As women with ADHD, we often struggle to get things done.

I don’t know about you, but I struggle a lot with keeping the house clean and organized. It seems I never notice to do something until it’s blatantly obvious that it needs to be done. Like when my feet start sticking to the kitchen floor.

Everyone loves a clean home, but not many of us like doing the actual work.

If you can get into the habit of doing things on a routine basis, it makes everything so much easier.

For instance, if you do the daily things that I suggest in An ADD Woman Cleans, your house stays fairly well maintained most of the time and it’s not such a chore to clean anything.

But habits are hard to establish. The general rule of thumb is that it takes 21 days to turn a behavior into a habit. For those of us with ADHD, I think a month of consistent behavior is more accurate.

Luckily, I have found a couple of apps that can help you keep on top of your housework – or any work for that matter – and in the process, help you establish some good habits.

One is just for iOS and the other is for a number of platforms, including iOS and Android.

Get It Done!2

Home Routines is just for the iPhone and iPad. I have used it before and like it for a number of reasons:

If you have an Android device or just want another option, Chore Checklist might be for you. Get It Done!

Here are my thoughts on Chore Checklist:

If you do some looking around, I’m sure you could find similar apps that might work for you.

Tell me what you think!

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