During The Dry Diet it's important to have some daily quiet time for reflection and focus. Walking is a great option because it's known to improve your mood, is free and even a 10-15 min walk can be helpful. Aim for 10,000 steps or whatever is reasonable for you.
Yin or Gentle yoga is a key part of The Dry Diet that allows time for reflection and stretching muscles. If you belong to a gym or yoga studio you might think of taking a class one night a week. I love the Sunday night yin yoga class I go to as a way to start the new week. Alternatively you could do this at home to relaxing music.
Meditation is an important part of The Dry Diet as it is a means of transforming the mind. One of the most important books I read on my discovery of The Dry Diet was "Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself" in which Dr. Joe Dispenzia explained how meditation breaks into the subconscious mind and hard wiring that has been set up in the brain thus far in life. There are meditation classes and studios in some cities plus many apps available on your phone