Congrats on the weight loss (so far) you're doing really well; keep up the good work!!
With regard to exercise, if it makes it easier, take heart that once you're in the right frame of mind (believe it or not) you can learn to LOVE exercise!!
No joke...and although I make many (and still hoping for an "edit" button to be added to this forum....Hint Hint admin
) that was not one of my "typos" YOU WILL learn to love exercise BUT ONLY IF the form you choose is enjoyable!! If it's not, you won't sustain it. That's the key, find an activity you like and then build on it from there.
I used to loathe exercise, and would find any (and every) excuse not to do it, and in fact I didn't exercise until quite later in my journey, but once I did start I was hooked. Now I go to the gym between 5-6 days a week for about 1.5 - 2.5 hours each time, and I get itchy if I don't go for more than a day!!
I have to laugh about it whenever one of my friends refer to me as a "gym junkie" because 12 months ago I'd have been lucky to even allow myself to drive by a gym let alone find myself in one (as often as I do)!!
Here's a few tips that may help motivate you to be more active:
1. Baby steps, no need to pound the pavement for hours.....a brisk 5 minutes during a lunch break is all you need to get started (and can help boost your metabolism)
2. Make it fun, whatever activity you choose, make it enjoyable.....if you like it, you'll stick to it!
3. Feel good, exercise not only helps burn calories but releases endorphins which will boost your mood you'll feel a sense of achievement as you get better at it (i.e. extend the time, reps etc)!
You've got the food/eating down pat
and once you make the leap into being more active, you'll see the weight melt off (trust me, it will happen!!)