I don't like running. I don't like gyms. I love the outdoors. I'm not into bicycling. I love meeting people. So, I combine the love of outdoors and meeting people, and that works well for walking and hiking.
Sometimes I focus too much of my time (in my mind) pre-occupied with needing to "undo" what I did (ate too much or too many bad things).
Every year I get older, the bigger effect the "bad" things have on me. We went bowling Saturday Night, but I made us a roasted chicken (with no nitrates or nitrites) salad with nuts, garbanzo beans, kidney beans, carrots, broccoli, etc. to eat before we went so we wouldn't gouge on nachos/chicken fingers/etc. I was going to get a Dr. Pepper (my achille's, but I rarely drink more than 4 oz. at a time), but when she ordered a rootbeer float, I followed up with a blackberry milkshake. That milkshake will take days/a week to "undo".
I'm 20 pounds overweight, so I'm not even close to where I should be. My lungs are in good shape, my heart is good, but I have too much body fat. 5', 10"; 185; 26% (55 years old) I was 24% last week. I weigh myself at the same time every morning. I'd like to be 170; 20% body fat right now. That would be very good health for me. I got down to 172/22 14 months ago, but went up to the low-190's and 26 for the Winter. Too much "volume" and late-night eating.
It's really pretty simple for me. Get to bed earlier and I avoid the late-night eating while getting a greater percentage of the sleep I need. But, there's just so much I feel I need to get done, I try to get them done at night after everyone goes to bed. I'm the first one up (and am gone before anyone else gets up). I just have to let things go.