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“What Is Your Most Reliable, Helpful Daily Routine?”

ADDitude readers shared their answers to the question, “What is your most satisfying or unbreakable daily routine?” Subscribing to a meal kit service, setting eight alarms, or practicing yoga every morning are just several of the daily routine examples cited by adults with ADHD — share yours in the Comments section below.I’m slow to wake, so my morning routine is designed to get me fully alert. I take my meds and, as I sip my coffee, I do a mental ‘check-in’ on every part of my body.

In the shower, I walk through my day ahead.” — Sandy, Pennsylvania“Getting my clothes ready the night before and not looking at social media in the morning help me get to work on time.” — Lynea, Michigan[Read This Next: 6 Easy Ways to Juggle All Those Balls]“I subscribe to a meal kit service. I cook on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays; the meals between are leftovers. This is expensive, but I’m paying the ADHD tax up front instead of grocery shopping and forgetting key ingredients or impulse-buying things I don’t need.” — Taylor, Canada“Dinner as a family.” —A., California“As soon as I get home from work, I walk my dog. Then I rest for about 20 minutes before doing any housework.” — Crystal, Tennessee “I always have breakfast, preferably with plenty of protein, with a strong cup of tea.” — Daniel“Yoga first thing every morning. It helps me connect body and brain to get focused for the day.” — Angela, Indiana[Get This Free Resource: Sample Schedules for Reliable Family Routines]“Setting eight alarms keeps my morning running smoothly and gets the kids out the door.” — Catherine, Washington“I make my bed every morning. Whenever I look at my neatly made bed, it makes me feel like an organized person who could actually knock out her to-do list.”

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ADDitude readers shared their answers to the question, “What is your most satisfying or unbreakable daily routine?” Subscribing to a meal kit service, setting eight alarms, or practicing yoga every morning are just several of the daily routine examples cited by adults with ADHD — share yours in the Comments section below.I’m slow to wake, so my morning routine is designed to get me fully alert. I take my meds and, as I sip my coffee, I do a mental ‘check-in’ on every part of my body.
ADHD or ADD).Revenge bedtime procrastination is the approximate English translation of a Chinese expression for delaying sleep to regain freedom lost during the day. The term took off during the pandemic, as sleep problems and psychological distress collectively skyrocketed.1Anyone can engage in revenge bedtime procrastination, but people with high-stress, busy lives and/or poor time-management skills might be more likely to put off sleep for personal time.

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