I sympathize; it's a lot to do, especially when you're already busy. For what it's worth, here's what works for me because for moi at least, be accountable for what I eat is crucial.
1: I use a notebook and not an online tracker. That way I can jot in it anywhere I happen to be and it takes seconds, instead of trying to wait for access to my computer, then logging in, blah blah blah.
2: When I'm watching what I eat, I go for simplicity, ie: a piece of baked chicken, a small potato, and green beans, vs: a plate of lasagne or some other difficult to measure dish.
3: I also eat less variety than when I am not trying to lose weight. That way you are not as tempted to eat as much, you also know quickly off the top of your head what the calorie count is.
4. I tally up my total calories before supper so I know what I have to work with the rest of the day. I keep a mental goal however for each meal and snack in regards to calories.
Hope that helps a little!
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