But, of course, what you are eating can also make a difference. Here Is one of those tools I talked about. Journaling and or Food Diaries.
I want to recommend that you write down everything you eat, when you eat, and your feelings when you eat. In the past I did this in notebooks, that tend to be misplaced, or even used by other family members for scratch paper. This time, I have a nook and found this great app on it. You can find it at (www.ifooddiary.com/mobile) I think mine was free, but certainly no more than $3, because I won't pay more than that for any app.
Now, I don't count calories as you know, but by quickly checking my ifooddiary " My Food Journal's log I could see what I'd done differently this week, where I need to cut back a tad. This app does have nutrition references for brands and restaurants making eating out easier. It has space for keeping your stats and, the what, when, where and why of your food life. Also exercise as well. The picture above ( sans writing) is their logo to look for in Nook Apps.
So now I know what to change to see those numbers go down. BTW I also tapped out my feelings that came up when there was only a pound lost. I used an old guided tapping session on when you encounter feeling you are at standstill. I'll post about that later. Have xmas gifts waiting to be wrapped.