Aloha folks. I started freediving with a 3-prong in Hawaii waaay back (hana buttah days, as we say), took a break, then was freediving and spearfishing regularly through my 20's and early 30's. Then...kids. And lots of intense work/career, too. Sigh. But now that my girls are getting older, I want them to grow up the same way I did and hopefully be stronger than me in all aspects of being a 'waterwoman'. So I'm motivated to get back into it, at least on a casual scale. I am very out of breath hold shape (when I was last diving regularly about 11 years ago, was 5 min) and admittedly a bit nervous to push my limits now that I'm a mom (it really feels like a switch flipped in my brain and I am more cognizant/wary of risk after having kids). Honestly, all I care about is having some decent bottom time, being safe, and being a role model for my kids. Aside from getting my general cardio/health back, any advice for an old geezer returning to the sport? I still have my old fins and masks/snorkel/knives. Frankly not as interested in spearfishing as much now, maybe I should for the kids' sake. Something I was doing right before I took a hiatus was diving just to pick up lost fishing weights from the shore fishermen to give me something to do for depth without necessarily spearfishing. I don't care about pushing 100', I'm happy with shallower reef diving. TIA for any suggestions for getting my rusty self back into it!