First thing, dump the bullshit. Get honest about what it is you really want, and what it's going to take to get it. Make a plan, and execute it. Once you achieve success, and, you will, with the right plan. Make another plan, and execute it.
We all have 24 hours. How your prioritize your time is your choice.
Get pictured, so we know what we're dealing with and you begin to develop some level of self esteem. One step at a time.
Learn that you'll be leaving your comfort zone from time to time.
Your results will be in a ratio to your commitment and effort.
Eat. If you consume more calories than you burn, you'll gain weight.
After you dump the bullshit, regard whatever your goal is a mission to accomplish, then, go accomplish it.
When I compete, I surround myself with experts for success. Sagi Kalev (on the cover of Muscle and Fitness more than any man alive), and Jesse Leyva (trainer of Branch Warren) are my good friend and trainers. I have the best sports massage guy, and so on. I surround myself with experts, educate myself, and make, and execute a plan to accomplish a mission.
It's all about desire, discipline, education, focus, patience, and effort, as well as some money in the fitness / bodybuilding game. Right now, you're not even close to muscular, from your description, much less bodybuilding. Crawl, walk, run.
First thing: drop the bullshit excuses. That's all just noise. Get rid of it. It's non-productive. It's self-centered. It's self-defeating.
Second thing: get pictured, get profiled, and get with it.
Third thing: got out of your comfort zone, and into the "light" LOL. I.e., get that picture uploaded, get that profiled uploaded, get to working out, and eating, and report back when you have something good to report. Walk tall and proud and stop it with the bare minimum efforts. You aren't so lazy as to not upload a picture? You aren't that UGLY are you? You have to learn to walk out of your comfort zone, no matter if it's jumping out of a perfectly good airplane, telling the boss it's time to workout, or doing squats. It's all shit YOU control.
The more effort you show, the more willing experienced folks will be willing to mentor you. No one wants to coach a loser.