Hi there! I've gone through a few periods of my life when I was really in shape and at a healthy weight. Then something happens and I put back on the 20-30 lbs I worked so hard to lose. It usually isn't a loss of motivation or a change in my diet, rather, it's usually an injury . I have fibromyalgia and big flare ups can make it hard to continue with my fitness plans. Last year when I went to Disney World, I was in pretty good shape and probably 25-30 lbs lighter than I am now. Since then, I've dealt with two pulled back muscles, 6 different medication changes, a sprained pinky, and shin splints. The medication changes have caused most of my weight gain. I'm finally at a point where I realize I need to get back into shape before my next trip. If I don't, I'll have to use an ECV and at 26 years old, that doesn't sound fun. I need some advice, and motivation, on how to slowly ease back into my routine without injuring myself or causing another big flare. I've been walking my dog daily and trying to do yoga a few times a week. I have a gym membership but I know if I go back to the gym now, I'll push myself too hard and end up spending a week in bed with my heating pad. Does anyone have any experiences slowly easing themselves back into an old routine?