I recently picked up a new hobby of bouldering. I appreciate the meditative aspect in climbing. When you come up to a wall, you first have to inspect it closely to see how you can climb it. Then you just put your hands and feet on the starting holds and go.
You only move one limb at a time, so it forces you to focus all your energy in the moment, shifting weight back and forth, pulling and pushing, carefully placing each limb to make the next movement possible, and listening to your body when it tells you your limitations.
There's no room for the dukkha when you're on the wall. There's no room for stressing about the future. There's no room for ruminating on the past. There is just you and the wall in this moment.
Being one in the moment is life. The more time you can spend wholely present, the more life you get to live. Find an activity that makes you happy. Spend time living. Namo Amida Bustu.