Where do you usually tend to land in your range? From what you posted, I'm guessing you lean more towards the 1200 end of your calorie range.
Try eating more often at the top, and instead of having a "free day" where you eat whatever, keep tracking. Maybe instead of eating whatever, just aim for maintenance for a day. Overindulgence when you're close to your goal weight can really sabotage you more quickly than you think, when your calorie differential is only 250 for the day, one weekend of not tracking could actually undo a lot of your work.
When was the last time you changed up your workout? The more you do a given exercise, the more your body adapts to it, so that you're eventually not burning the same as you were. Think of it this way. If you walk one mile, on the same route, every day, eventually your body grows too strong for it, and adapts to it. If you don't challenge yourself, you stagnate, and eventually operate on cruise control!
With all of that said, 2 weeks is not a plateau. That's normal. :) Ever noticed how your weight tends to shift up during your period? Hormonal shifts, sodium overdoses, lack of sleep, all can affect the fluid levels in your body. Your weight isn't actually a static number, it's a vital sign.
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 5/30/2013 (12:06)
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