Both me and my 13 year old son are firmly in the Attention Deficit camp, so I know the importance of using lists to help mange executive function (when the house is on fire, and the dog needs to pee, and you can’t choose which to put out first).
So to help with the late mornings and minimize the anxiety, fights, and screaming “god help me” I made him a quick reusable and modular list that is mounted at eye level right next to his door.
The black tabs can be changed or flipped over with different list items, and when you’re done you can kill the task with a satisfying sniiik, putting it firmly out of mind and relieving a tiny bit of anxiety.
Oddly enough “teenager don’t you know” he likes it and it seem to help.
PG Med Draft board, black art paper, button cap screws, and a little shellac to keep the pizza stains washable. Assembled with wood glue. I did end up 3d printing an insert to keep the black paper tight but that was mostly to fix a design flaw that could have been easily changed to keep it all laser.