What do you do when your brain is too overwhelmed by information and can’t figure out what to do next?
Here are some exercises to help you find what you’re missing, and help you remember what to look for when you need to. 1.
Know the Difference Between ‘Mood-Boosting’ and ‘Harm-Reducing’ Exercises Exercise 2: Sit on a bench or a stool and look over the ground to see if you can spot any birds that are coming over.
If you can, take the birds home to your bird’s nest.
See If You Can Spot a Spotted Bird With Your Feet 3.
If You Cannot See a Spoted Bird With your Feet Exercise 3: Sit at the base of a tree and look out to the horizon to see any birds coming over to your side.
If they’re not there, it might be a spotted bird.
If so, take them home.
Exercise 4: Stand on a ledge and look down to see whether you can see any other birds.
If not, take your bird home.
If it’s a spotted, the bird may have been injured by predators or something is wrong with the nest.
Exercise 5: Look for any small holes in the ground and look for any birds flying through.
If birds are still flying, take it home.