You’ve come to the right place!

I'm Amy Marie Hann

Mom of 3, Entrepreneur and Your #1 Cheerleader

I have ADHD as do my husband and three kids.

I was not prepared for how much my ADHD would impact motherhood.

It took me years to create ADHD informed systems for managing my home, family and mental health.

It turns out that the first step was really learning to manage my ADHD.

A Few Things About Me!

You know, the fun things!

  • My faith is a huge part of my life and I'm actively involved in my church community.
  • I went through 8 years of infertility and spent several years as a foster mom. I spent years praying for my children and they are an absolute gift.
  • I'm an avid reader and books are a quasi-obsession for me. My current fav is rom-coms with a heavy dose of self discovery. 
  • I love to work out but I'm totally klutzy and not really athletic (aka coordinated).
  • I grew up in Florida and love the water and sunshine. And all things preppy and monogrammed. 
  •  I'm kind of obsessed with my dog. We have a long haired dachshund and a yellow lab whom I talk to all day long in a high-pitched doggie voice.
A few years ago...

I was exactly where you are right now.

Exhausted. Cranky. Overwhelmed and Ashamed.

The transition to having my third child and the hormonal changes of perimenopause almost broke me.

My ADHD medicine was no longer enough and I was struggling big time with the mental load of caring for my home and family.

My neurodivergent kids needed my help regulating their emotions but instead I was easily triggered and overstimulated by their big emotions and noise level.

I tried so many systems and templates and strategies but nothing accounted for the needs of my unique family and my brain.

Caring well for my kids and getting them the exercise and accommodations they needed felt like a full time job.

Heck, caring for myself well also felt like a full time job.

I so badly wanted to have more capacity and bandwidth to create a peaceful and restorative home for my family while also being able to be the calm, kind and present mom that they needed.

Oh yes, and have time to pursue my big ideas as an entrepreneur. 

I had this big vision for my life, my motherhood and my business but I felt like I was failing in every area though I was so hard.

I knew something had to change because this emotional rollercoaster I was on every day was volatile and unhealthy for me and my entire family.

So, I threw out all the Neurotypical strategies that I'd tried and dug deep to understand the ADHD brain and find what might actually work for my family.

I gave myself permission to reimagine what routines and structure could look like for me and to create a family culture that serves the needs and priorities of the five humans that live here.

Once I stopped trying to do life like my neurotypical friends, everything changed.

I was able to create systems that really worked for my family.

  • I'm on top of the basic things like dishes, laundry and meal planning which has lowered my daily stress significantly.
  • I have the energy to get through dinner and bedtime and help my kids regulate their emotions on a daily basis.
  • I have automated most of my life so that I have less decision paralysis and mental fatigue on a daily basis.
  • I'm healthier relationally, physically and mentally than I've ever been before.
  • I gained clarity and consistency in my vision for my business and have made massive progress towards my goals.
  • I'm spending more time doing the things I enjoy (like reading and working out) which helps me in so many ways.
  • I ended the ADHD burnout cycle that had plagued me for so many years.

Now, I want to help you get out of ADHD Burnout.

ADHD Burnout is the natural result of having a life that requires more executive functioning than you have to give. The small decisions and tasks of daily life compound until you can't possibly make one more decision. You feel done and just want to hide from the world. I can help you create realistic systems and routines so that your daily life requires less mental energy so that you have the emotional, mental and physical energy to be your best self.


Amy's Master the Mundane program has been a lifesaver. I can't give enough praise for her program!

–Sarah Barrera

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