So I have some health issues and bushcraft issues which I need help finding ways to work through it. Here is the lay down. I never have the energy. I get most of the materials together whenever I'm out but once I've done that, I just don't have the energy to actually practice. I normally don't eat anything at all. I'm 157lbs average and don't have a lot of strength in me. I'd never eat veggies and while you may think I mean "I don't eat them as much as other people", I can tell you that's wrong. I never eat any veggies. In fact I wouldn't even look at them in the store. The closest I came to veggies was the tomato sauce in pizza. Now that diet of unhealthy microwave food has left me without energy to do anything. This has been going on for years. Now skip to this month. I bought a juicer and I've been juicing veggies for the nutrients coming from it. I've been learning to cook meats and fish in a better way. I've been having smoothies with protein in them almost daily. I'm taking steps to eat a better diet. But I'm still without energy. Now I have more than I used to but I'm still lacking. Now a couple questions regarding health. Besides what I've started doing this month, and continuing to do so, what else can I do to better myself? Please understand I am juicing the food because my teeth can not chew the food (am working on fixing that, upcoming appointments and such, so no need to discuss that). What can I do physically, besides eating to help keep energy? Are there better ways than juicing a load of veggies and cooking some fish/chicken to have a better diet? _____________________________ So regarding Bushcraft. As mentioned I never have energy to actually practice. I worry about setting up a shelter, unpacking, gathering fire wood, and by the time I've started a fire I am beat. I don't have energy to continue any other bushclass tasks. Whenever I go winter camping with a group from Michigan, I often have to pull via a sled. I get there, and set up camp, but afterwards I tend to sleep most of the trip to get energy again. Especially the last time I was there, but that was a miracle I even made it to camp. With this info in mind, second comes to the tasks from bushclass. I attempt a lot of the stuff at home but I don't learn. I'm the type who needs to see it done in front of them. I've tried videos but I can't see it from all sides and I can't tell which way they are cutting or starting the fire. I can't actually learn without feeling it. I hope that makes sense. Now with that in mind, here are a couple of questions regarding Bushcraft. First off, how can I actively and better pace myself? I always have the mind set that I need to get everything done as fast as possible. I never actually take my time and that hinders me later on. Secondly, how can I find someone or some way to see the thing I need to learn happen in front of me, and then follow suit? Where can I go to ask questions and learn from my mistakes in a real world environment, and not on a screen? _____________________________ If you have any questions, feel free to ask and I'll try to help. Please, no smart ass reply's.