If you’re able to walk, find excuses to do so.
Don’t worry about how far nor how long; just find a way to move your body a little further.
If you can’t walk, stand up for a few minutes each hour. If you can’t stand, move your arms and hold in your stomach.
Not only does getting out of your chair help you stay (or get) fit, but it burns a few calories, it reduces bone loss, and it holds back a myriad of diseases.
And remember it’s virtually impossible to feel sad or angry when walking briskly.
(Try it the next time you’re upset. You’ll see that’s correct.)