Honestly.... not as much as i'd like. I've been depressed since puberty ( im 23) I have Asperger's syndrome too which isn't fun. This isn't a sob story it's my backstory. Anyway I've always been a loner, I have a hard time learning new things too, if theirs a wrong way to do something that's the way I do it which is frustrating, Clumsiness is a part of Asperger's so i'm always nervous about learning new things because 9/10 times I make a dick of myself.
Anyway I'm working on getting my licence for the reasons listed above it has been a slow, frustrating process in some ways in others it's been amazing fun.
So to answer you're question not as much as i'd like. I spend most days in my bedroom, I still go for walks, still get out when I can but when you sit on the couch for long periods of time you become accustomed to it and with that comes laziness.
I've become a really demotivated, lazy person but getting my licence should change that because I don't need to drag/force other people to come on a nature walk with me and their plenty of places to do that only 20 minutes drive away, My best friends been dealing with simular stuff but his coming out of it quicker than I am, so he should be interested in spending more time in nature with me which is a great start because he loves it too.
that's my biggest hurdle, being ignorant about everything and lack of people to do stuff with, It's up to me to work on it of course and I am but look at robin Williams sure he was dealing with worse sh*t then me but that's an example of how depression controls you, I've learnt a lot about myself during these years and i'm a stronger person for it so I don't regret it at all.
The fact of the matter is when I finally go camping again im going to get a high most people get from being given a million dollars nature gets me high like nothing else, I love what money can do for me but I don't worship it, I worship nature though.
Anyway that's my story. thanks for listening