My advice is to look for another reason you're not losing weight. Six hours between meals is absolutely and completely normal-- MOST people eat breakfast around six, lunch around noon, and dinner sometime after 6. Drinking water is a healthy habit for various reasons but has very little to do with weight loss. The only way it affects weight is by substituting for snacking, so if you don't have time to snack, it's a non-issue.
Your nutrition log isn't public, so we can't help you analyse it, but that's where the answer is. You've changed what you eat. As Becky said, plan your meals and take something healthy so you're not making hasty decisions at lunchtime, and be sure to be meticulous in your logging so that you're not overcompensating by having extra snacks after work because you think you didn't eat enough during the day. In fact, you probably should be using it as a planner, not a tracker-- every night, input what you plan to eat for meals the next day, check to see that they're balanced, and then stick to that plan. (It saves you money as well as calories because it helps you use up the food you've already bought and keeps you from impulse-buying expensive last-minute lunches or snacks.)
If this resort job is replacing a desk job, you would have LOST weight if you hadn't somehow changed the total amount you're eating. Being on your feet, even if it's at a counter, burns calories that add up. (If you're not standing, start. Put away the chair and stand at that counter; you'll look more attentive and get job-performance brownie points as well as losing weight!)
| current weight: 132.0