I, too, am at the low low range for my height, and very happy there. I LIKE my BMI to be "low". I no longer show my ticker because of Spark's unwillingness to do the "above-below-bounce" range for those of us maintaining, and I totally ignore their calorie recommendation. I don't like their "activity" adjustments. Spark doesn't consider stress to be exercise, yet I always lose when I am stressed out.
If you have lost weight on a well rounded, balanced diet that you are comfortable with, just stick with it and add just a tad more on some days. If you weigh yourself every day, you'll see what your body does with it. By and large, the weight fluctuations average out. If you want to go lower, go lower. The problem comes when you want to gain. It's easy to gain 10 pounds, not so easy to gain 2. This I know first hand. I wear a size zero now and people are always telling me I am anorexic. But I also have a 35 year old size 6 skirt in my closet that is tight. Sizes have changed (called vanity sizing) so it doesn't mean anything. It doesn't mean I am too thin.
I've been within 10 pounds of my current weight for most of 41 years now (had a 10 pound problem during menopause, now gone) so I am now comfortable with how to eat. I use the exchange plan and eat very well, yet am maintaining low, and I am happy. You'll get there. That is why we have a team for maintainers. It isn't exactly like losing, but the principles are the same.
No one ever got up in the morning wishing she'd eaten more the night before.
Original Goal: 114. Current old lady goal: 106.
|2,241 Maintenance Weeks