Writing these down because I keep forgetting them.

Situation 1 - Local commit wrong branch

Made a commit to a branch I shouldn't have locally i.e. main should be in fixify-brokebrain

git reset --hard HEAD^

Resets the branch to the commit specified and remove changes ( --hard ) commit in question is current - 1  HEAD^ use ~X where X is the amount of commits to backtrack example HEAD~2 to move back last 2 commits

Situation 2 - There are untracked files in that branch now

Say you reset the commit and it still shows some files as uncommitted and untracked now.  Now clean up the extra directories and files

git clean -fd

Clean up the current branch by force deleting all untracked directories and files