It's time to start slowly increasing your calories (and perhaps cutting back on you're exercise, if you're doing more than you want to do in the long run) until you find a point where you maintain.
A good goal to aim for is 100 calories more for each day this week. Then another 100 more the next week. And so forth. Entering in your new information, setting your goal weight equal to your current weight and the date at least 6 months away, you should be able to at least get an idea of what your maintenance range will look like.
There are some great articles in the Maintaining Your New Weight Lifestyle Center to help you set new nutrition, fitness, and personal goals. You might want to check it out!
And welcome to life as a maintainer! =D
I am a MARATHONER!!!
Tacoma City Marathon (3 May 09) - 3:49:13
... and I'm BOSTON BOUND!!!!
Capital City Marathon (16 May 10) - 3:36:52
...and instead of running Boston, I had a kid! And then 2.5 years later I had another one.
BUT, I've never stopped running or racing!
One of these days, I'll re-qualify for Boston. And tackle Goofy's Race and a Half. Maybe an ultra. Or a half Ironman...
Maintaining, healthily pregnant, or healthily breastfeeding since
| current weight: 129.4