Do you feel like all you think about is what you've eaten and when and when you need to eat again? Do you set your alarm to go off every 2.5-3 hours as a reminder? Is your thought always about food? The beginning of the year, I decided not to focus on food and eating every 2 hours or so. I stopped counting my calories. Instead, I started to eat smaller portions. To guide myself with the amount that seemed to work for me, was to use a salad plate. I only eat now when I'm hungry. For me, there's much to be said for intuitive eating. What I saw was a break in my plateau. I try to eat typically the same 2-3 meals for breakfast. Meaning, I wouldn't change much what I ate. Lunch and dinner, and if I get hungry for a snack in between, I will switch it up. The one thing that I really try to keep the same is the portion size. Most always, I would have a lean protein with some carbs. Both about the size of my open palm.
We know that weight loss is at least 70% nutrition. It's also important and vital to move. I found that I wasn't moving enough throughout the day after I did my workout. It's not enough just to do a 15-20 min workout and then sit the rest of the day. Using my activity device, I realized that I was too sedentary. Make sure you're moving and getting at least 10K steps in per day