You might find it easier to look at average ranges instead of having the range change daily. The best way to do this is to change your trackers so that the fitness tracker is no longer tied to the nutrition tracker --- and then you go in to your "fitness goals" and put in what you normally do in a week. This should set up your daily nutrition goals based on your average exercise minutes, and will give you a consistent range to work with.
Once you've done that, then you can look at increasing intake earlier in the day, by increasing the sizes of your earlier meals and snacks.
If you prefer to have the two trackers tied, then you might want to just do the mental math to adjust your intake on the following day for exercise tracked today. That way you are still getting the required calories (just a day later), but you can plan to fit them in during the early part of the day.
Hope this helps!
Start weight: 240 lbs
Goal weight: 155 lbs (reached March 7, 2014)
Revised Goal weight: 150 lbs (reached May 27, 2014)
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