(Replying to myself.) The next morning after posting the above post, I went on-line on the Internet at 9 AM and looked up Web sites all about staying active and eating right. These Web sites are: Tips to Get Active (from the health agency of the Government of Canada) Healthy Eating from the Healthy Canadians Web site, also from the Government of Canada and Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide, also from a Government of Canada Web site The last one also contains tips on staying active and how often to stay active. It also contained a list of different physical activities I could do, most of which I had already thought of. I think I should eat right, when I eat, and exercise, increasing my level of exercise to the 2 1/2 hours a week with at least two different types of exercise so I don't get bored. A TV show I saw yesterday night mentioned you only need to break a sweat to start to get health benefits and a brisk walk could do that. I think that's what I'll start with instead of running. I am trying to start as minimally as possible so that a) I will actually do it b) it will be easier to adjust to it c) I won't rebel at doing something too hard and not do it at all I did meditation only twice, really minimally lately, but it's a start, if I stay with it.