Joining teams and then being active on those teams has helped me. I don't have to be active on every team, but I have to find a group that I click with, that have common goals as me.
Maybe you look for a group with common fitness goals, a group that wants to get pregnant soon, a group your age. My favorite is a group of us who are dedicated to counting our calories ... I ended up being a leader of that group when the original leader had to bow out. My thought is that you look for a place where you already have an interest, then look at the team, see if there are current dates of posts so you'll know if the team is active or not, then join if it looks like it suits you. If it turns out it does not, leave. Nothing says you have to stay.
The support of a team really makes all the difference in the world to my journey. The other thing that makes a difference is logging my exercise and my food. That way I know where I stand. A way of being honest with myself about what I'm doing.
Hope you find your way!
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