It has been hard to keep our bodies and minds in shape during 2020. The stress from dealing with the pandemic makes it very difficult to find the motivation to do anything, especially exercising. This has taken a toll on our mental health as well.
Therefore, it is more important than ever before to challenge your brain with a few brainteasers regularly. It can be riddles, visual illusions, or even old math problems from back in school.
Challenging yourself is good to keep the mind sharp and have some fun. You must bring out your competitiveness and chase after that feeling of victory that comes once you overcome a new challenge.
Solving puzzles helps us relax. It may sound a bit contradictory, but you’ll probably notice a clearer mind after a little “brain-teasing.”
Nowadays, thanks to the Internet, you don’t have to limit yourself to the Crossword Puzzles and Sudoku that have come for generation in magazines and newspapers.
There is an infinite number of challenges circulating the web, ready to be discovered. Like, for example, the one we got for you today. Solving these types of puzzles requires maximum concentration and a sharp eye for detail.
However, if you make an effort, I know you will find the answer in no time.
Can you find the hidden letter?
Okay, here is today’s challenge.
Below we can see a picture with lots of Ys.
The challenge is to find a letter that is not a Y – you have 20 seconds to do it.
Here is the picture – can you find the hidden letter?
Do you see it? It’s not that easy, but it should be fine if you focus.
If you can’t find it, the answer will be after the next picture.
Here is the letter
There, quite far down to the right, we can see a T!
Quite a difficult challenge, and the colors certainly didn’t make it any easier.
Did you find it on your own? Congratulations to you then!
Now press that SHARE button below and see if your friends can do it as well!
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