1. Increase my daily steps to 15,000 - I've already set that goal on my FitBit, but now it's time to #StepItUp and meet that goal every day! Today I'm 1,000 steps short, and my husband is working late - so I'll have to walk laps around my house since the baby is upstairs sleeping. But I'm going to get those steps! (Exciting side note: I've been "running" a bit during my walks - VERY short distances, but each day I try to do a bit longer. I do the "run x amount of telephone poles" running plan...)
2. Eat better. I don't always eat that well, and I know myself well enough to know that I can't do a "diet". I have been very successful in the past with making simple, small changes - things that are practically unnoticeable - changing white bread for wheat, adding spinach and tomatoes to my scrambled eggs instead of cheese... things like that where I still feel like I'm eating, but am making smarter choices.
3. REST. I think it's just as important to work on your mental fitness and health as it is to work on physical fitness and health. So after all my walking, I also want to make sure I rest and turn off my brain for a little... :)