Probably a lot of things I still need to work on. I do spend too much time sitting and stressed, and my employer just "upgraded" me to, essentially, a desk job. I spend my breaks outside walking up and down stairs.
I also have a silly tendency to look ahead in the day, see my next scheduled event coming, and decide the whole day is shot so I might as well just sit here for four hours waiting for the hammer to drop.
Wild foraging is food-related, but it's largely just an excuse to be outside. Love it.
Remembering that I'm not going to learn too much from the internet in one day. I can miss stuff. It's okay. I've got the basics.
I don't have a cell phone. I got rid of it years ago, when I saw people almost dying all the time, stalling in front of forklifts and so forth to send texts.
I also meditate when walking and before sleep.
Anytime I'm sitting, I breathe as slowly as I can, often holding my exhale until I feel strong compulsion to inhale again, or about five heartbeats. This has definitely led to a slower heart rate and calmer thinking. I read some stuff that made sense about body pH and breathing too much causing unnecessary oxidization to the body. Even if half of it is horse-hooey, the truth is that breathing as slowly as possible has been very good for me personally.
Steak, eggs, potatoes - fruits, nuts, berries and forage. Coconut milk and potent herbs and spices. Tea instead of coffee now and teeny amounts of kelp daily. Let's see how this does! Not really had dairy much, and gut seems better for it.