Order from Chaos: The Everyday Grind of Staying Organized with Adult ADHD

"If there were an ADHD self-help book group, I’d nominate this book to be at the top of the reading list."
— Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D., internationally recognized authority on ADHD and co-author of
ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life

Stop paying the high cost of disorganization.

Late fees on forgotten bills. A home full of clutter and unfinished projects. Eroding respect with your friends, family, and colleagues. Health worries from doctor’s appointments you keep meaning to schedule. Nonstop anxiety as you wait for the other shoe to drop.

You deserve better.

Order from Chaos will teach you how your brain works and how to stop getting in your own way. Mixing stories from the trenches of her own experience as a mom and wife with ADHD with wise, well-researched advice from her years as a blogger at The ADHD Homestead, Jaclyn Paul shows you how to design your own system for restoring order.

Past failures don’t have to define you. Order from Chaos offers a helping hand to get you on the path to a more peaceful and rewarding life.

Praise for Order from Chaos:

"This is no ordinary ‘get organized’ book. In Order from Chaos, Jaclyn Paul seamlessly and engagingly weaves first-person storytelling with expert knowledge. I value Jaclyn’s words because they always reflect careful thought — whether in this book or on her ADHD Homestead blog. She is a first-rate learner and a teacher. I encourage you to reap the benefits of her hard-won wisdom."
— Gina Pera, adult ADHD educator and award-winning author of Is It You, Me, or Adult ADD?

My favorite thing about Jaclyn is her ability to articulate the frustrations of life with ADHD. I always refer people to her website and now when someone asks about organization, I will direct them to this book. In Order from Chaos Jaclyn takes a very challenging topic and makes it accessible for those of us who struggle with executive functioning.
— Liz Lewis, The ADHD Enclave

"Order from Chaos feels like sitting down with a good friend, an honest friend, who is a little further down the road of learning how to tackle and subdue the daily chaos of living with ADHD. If there were an ADHD self-help book group, I’d nominate this book to be at the top of the reading list."
— Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D., internationally recognized authority on ADHD and co-author of ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life

"One of the best things about this book is that it takes concepts from a variety of organisational systems and weaves them together in a way that is wholly clear-eyed about how you can and do manage yourself already. It’s not asking you to transform yourself into an organising superhero (whew) but rather to understand how you and your household function, and then to design working systems around that. It is a kind and sensible philosophy."
— reader review (excerpt)

"I’ve taken away a whole new set of organizational tools; some of which I have heard before but never really saw how they could work in a real life setting, some totally new. More importantly, I’ve come away with several revelations about how / why I have never been able to get organized in certain ways and several fresh alternatives to try."
— reader review (excerpt)

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