I've decided that in this, my 40th Year , I need to start doing something to help my body keep going longer than it is currently set on course for! What I want is for some 'tips' on what is the best way to get your body fit(ter) for someone whose only fitness regime is the normal day to day life of a working mum. Something that will not be too daunting, too energetic or too time consuming to start with. I know the first step is to stop smoking (don't yell at me! I have tried dozens of times to quit, but I'm weak!) But I fully intend to become a non-smoker by the time this year is out! I need to know how to get into 'fitness', something that will keep me motivated enough to keep doing it after the first week! The problem I've got is that I'm always tired when I get in from work (it's an effort to go to band some evenings), and at the weekend, well, I just seem to hibernate until the Monday! I can feel my body slowing down, not wanting to do anything unless it has too. And what worries me is if I feel like this at almost 40, what will I be like when I'm 50! So any sensible ideas will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.