Enter to Win a Sonic Glow Super Loud Alarm Clock

Enter to win a Sonic Glow Extra Loud Alarm Clocks with Recordable Alarm & Sonic Bomb Bed Shaker — a tool built to rouse even the heaviest, grouchiest sleeper — by answering this question below: If you could wave a magic wand and change one thing about your mornings, what would it be?

Mornings. Are. The. Worst.

We hear it time and time again from our readers: Waking up and getting out of bed is daily torture. Our ADHD brains don’t rise and shine. They buzz and beep way too late every night, then hold tight to sleep when the alarm blares. We push snooze. Then do it again. Then end up harried and late for work — again. It’s a vicious (and painful) cycle.

Enter the Sonic Glow Extra Loud Alarm Clock with Sonic Bomb Bed Shaker

This dual alarm clock has it all! Use it to fall asleep to peaceful ambient sounds, and to sleep peacefully in the soft glow of the dimmable nightlight. Then wake up to your choice of three pre-recorded alarms, or have fun recording your own! The Sonic Glow alarm volume can be cranked up to 11 for especially deep sleepers, and this device includes the Sonic Bomb bed shaker, which will wake even the heaviest sleeper without disturbing the rest of the house.

The Sonic Glow has a USB charging station and an AUX connection to play music selected from your phone or MP3 player.

Enter to Win a Sonic Glow

To win one Sonic Glow Alarm Clocks with Sonic Bomb Bed Shaker (a $69.99 value each), use the Comments section below to tell us: If you could wave a magic wand and change one thing about your mornings, what would it be?


Thursday, February 29, 2019, at 11:59 pm EST.


Only Comments posted with a valid email address will be considered valid entries. One entry per household per day. The editors of ADDitude will select two winners at random and notify them via email on Tuesday, March 5, 2019.
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  1. If I could wave a magic wand to help with mornings, I would have some sort of hovering, adaptive checklist that followed me wherever I went and I could check it off verbally.

  2. I would change nothing. The early mornings give me the “space” to think, plan, and gather for the coming day. My reward is I get to work with college / university kids with “issues”. I just moved into my 70th year of life and am excited to be vertical each and every morning no matter what time it starts. The rewards to perseverance are huge. It took me 6 years to compete my BA, 5 to complete my MA, and 8 to complete my Ed.D. If I can do it anyone can.

    Being ADD, staying motion is not difficult, the difficulty comes from the direction you travel in. It takes practice to embrace your surroundings and push forward. So folks… You going to wake up and wait for the “right” time to get to you or are you going to get “er” done.

    I do like the idea of a hovering check list…

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