Blackmail! I'm interested in your work. In some ways I feel really cheated by the system of sprawl in the area where I live- walking and biking are, of course, perfectly acceptable leisure activities here, but we don't have the infrastructure that makes walking or biking a practical way to get from place to place and thus built into daily life. I'd love to live in a place where walking/biking were built in as activities of daily life, rather than only as "bonus" activities that you have to have leisure time to perform. Unfortunately it's an economic reality that buying a living space in the downtown areas where walking and biking are practical, and also working there so you have the opportunity to walk/bike to and from work, are luxuries limited to a very few, here. Most people live outside the downtown areas and commute to various work locations by car, by necessity moreso than choice. I don't commute, because I work from home, but my job is very sedentary and I often lose the momentum it takes to build activity into my day since it's not a requirement in this environment. When I lived briefly in Manhattan, NYC, I walked to work daily and home again, and that was a couple of miles a day. But we couldn't afford to live there long-term, either. I played roller derby for a couple of years to get more exercise (skating for 2-4 hours, 4x/week) but had to drop that hobby when it started to feel like between it and work, I was losing touch with my family.
As for food, I'm willing to admit that I'm totally addicted to it (though quite ashamed of the fact). It seems like an especially cruel addiction, to be addicted to something that you have to consume daily for the rest of your life. There's no going cold turkey on food.