Let me give you an example. Many of us choose to drive our car to the grocery store to buy our products. We are missing an excellent opportunity to walk and bike. It might take you 15 minutes to get there which becomes an extra 30 minutes of working out.
Perhaps you think that would be a lot of work. It is but you can now go a few times a week and can further your enjoyment by learning to cook. You are saving your time while still doing something practical.
The same process can be applied to taking the dog for a speed walk, walking up the stairs at work. completing a task by hand and finding new hobbies that improve your access to the outdoors and fitness.
Once you starting thinking about all the little things you can do to increase your fitness levels you will soon find positive changes to your health and eating. It is the consistency that makes the greatest contribution. Day in and day out adjustments that end up making a big difference in the long run. You can adjust your life to create new patterns that are happiest for you.