So for exercise... I have always been a big walker, though have been super busy with hubby away so don't get out as much.
Last summer I started taking jazz dance classes again (haven't gone in 15 years). So for me that's my main exercise (body weight exercises mostly, lots of core, lots of shoulder/chest workouts from pushups and pikes and just from holding arms properly-- you wouldn't believe how much that can work out your arms!) I go twice a week for 90 minutes.
I also walk the dog semi-regularly... and try to go on an outing for a hike once a week, however again since hubby's been gone weekends are pretty full with all of the stuff I can't manage all week (errands, groceries, cooking, cleaning, laundry, blah blah blah).
Three weeks ago I added a Body By Science once a week strength workout. I figured I could manage once a week for 5-10 minutes or so! (I definitely feel it when I do it though, those 5 minutes seem really LONG). I'm still finding my true high weight to be able to do to fatigue, but getting closer.
Two weeks ago I added sprints one day a week. Tabata sprints on the bike at the gym by my work, I go on the way home. Another 5 minute workout, but darn if I wasn't shaky and semi-nauseous for 45 minutes afterward!!
That's really it for exercise. With two teenage kidlets and having to do everything around the house and work it's just been a bit tiring. After hubby gets home hopefully I'll have more time to venture out a bit.
I'm not sure how I'm going to upkeep this journal. I'm not counting calories right now, but may start, at least for a week or so. But mostly just wanted to get in the game.