Yes you did right! I just familiarised myself with your previous posts to try and get a sense of your circumstances and illness.
I think the first thing that grabbed me was that you have been on and off meds quite a bit. In my (unprofessional) opinion, I would suggest trying to stick to the right med at the right dose. Sometimes it will take 3 months or more to settle in. The dose is the key in my view. Just that little too much will make me feel like a zombie (really spaced out), but reducing it a little will help.
If you still have difficulty getting out of bed (and I do know that feeling), then don't fight it too much. The more you fight it the worse you will feel. Listen to your body. (hmm, I know every health practitioner will disagree with me). Perhaps it is also an indication that your medication is not working (talk to your GP). As you know, lack of motivation and wanting to stay in bed is a typical sign of depression.
Are you able to share a little more about your circumstances, background, etc? I think that strategy is very personal, and depends on the individual and the issues that have caused their depression (if there is a particular cause). In a separate post, I suggested an approach to practising mindfulness, but that should only be part of the strategy. Life style changes, right medication (at the right dose) and a good psychologist (with the correct therapy) will work wonders.
Look forward to chatting more.