No, these aren't tips on how to lose fat without getting out of bed... sorry! :D
It's up to you to decide you want to embark on a new lifestyle, I'll just help you come up with the shortcuts to get there!
Buy the steamable frozen veggies. You can just pop these bags into the microwave for 3 minutes and they're good to go!
Frozen chicken: heck just buy everything in bulk and freeze it all. It's better to eat healthy food that's been frozen than eat unhealthy processed food because it's more readily available.
Watch your favorite Netflix series while on the bike/stair stepper/treadmill. If you plan to watch it all day on Saturday's you may as well be on a bike rather than laying in bed!
Sleep in your workout clothes. This helps if you find it hard to get up and workout in the morning but it's the only time you have available.
Put your phone/alarm clock across the room and on loud. You'll be forced to get out of bed! You just have to make the mental decision not to crawl back in!
Schedule exercise like an appointment. Penciling it in as a priority wont let your mind ponder over the decision to work out or not.
Only throw away one bad habit at a time. Ditching them all at once likely wont work. Make a Throw Away List and scratch one off each week!
Sleep more. Your body needs recovery time and most of us don't get enough shut eye. Plan to get 6-8 hours a night, going to bed earlier is the best solution.
Start off slow, work out 5 days a week but aim for 20 minutes a day. Then work up to 30-45 minutes after two weeks for 3 days a week. At 4-6 weeks you should be doing 30-45 minutes of moderate activity 5 days a week!
Do jumping jacks, squats and abs during commercials while watching T.V
Plan your cheat days. Start the first month with one day a week cheat day. The second month set one day every two weeks. The third month set one day for the month as your target cheat day. This will make it easier to stay on track knowing that you get to reward yourself on a specific day. Eventually with spreading your cheat days so far apart your body will adapt to no longer craving those cheat meals. Maybe. If you're lucky ;)