If you’re taking the brain exercises as seriously as I am, I suggest getting a small pad and writing ideas, bad habits, good habits (so you can identify your strengths and weaknesses), and whenever you acquire insights and new info that’s really important for you to know.. write it down, even if you feel like you wont forget it. Also, buy yourself a little sketchpad doesn’t matter the quality, and some pencils for you to doodle little images, concepts, visual ideas that come to your head, don’t tell yourself “I’m not an artist” because this isn’t about your “you/me” sense, this is about exposing the brain to new experiences and force its neural pathways to start working differently now that you’re.. switching things up. Always take the time out throughout the day to unplug from the screens and get other parts of your brain in motion. And don’t give up on your brain! It really does work. I’ll write up some things that have been helping me later tonight. You wanted to experiment with your senses? Well here’s a nice way to do that with your brain with no reliance on outside substances to help you change your perception of things.