Practice Morning Meditation
People seem to like to throw meditation at just about any problem, but there's good reason for it. Meditation can help you feel grounded, set your intentions for the day, and harness your focus and energy, and it's been found to decrease symptoms of ADHD. Taking time daily to simply sit with myself in comfortable, zen tranquility has been one of the most transformative breakthroughs in my journey with an attention-deficit disorder — especially while trying to work from home with multiple people in the house all day.
I'll admit — at first, I had no idea what I was doing. Meditation seemed like a foreign language that I could not translate, much less integrate into my daily life. That's why they call it a practice, though: you get better the more you do it. It can certainly be a little intimidating at first, which is why I recommend listening to a guided meditation with headphones. There are plenty to choose from on YouTube, as well as dedicated meditation apps. There's a meditation for just about everything you can think of, but some of my most successful meditations for ADHD include those focused on grounding, intention setting, gratitude, and productivity.