In an effort to save my health, I do not smoke most of the time, I refrain from eating animal products almost always and I work out quite regularily.
However, in order to not even slip one more time (I still slip quite regularily, sadly), I want to enshrine those habits onto my body. I want to get a tattoo that says:
Smoke-free, plant-based, exercising daily.
I am not a native English speaker, though. Therefore, I have some questions.
In German, which is my native language, this would not technically constitute a sentence. Therefore, placing a period at the end would not be warranted, it might even be wrong. The same goes for starting the sentence with an uppercase letter -- it's not a sentence, thus it isn't necessary and might even be wrong. What's the situation in English?
I am worried that "exercising daily" doesn't clearly enough reference sports. I don't want people wondering whether I am exercising, say, my English vocab. On the other hand, "doing sports daily" is more clear but also more verbose. Is there some other wording I could use?