Yep - I have a problem with nighttime snacking too - if I have NOTHING left, I binge. So I found that I can usually swing a smaller breakfast - I get side tracked at work and forget I'm hungry anyway. I always pack a lunch that involves a lot of small pieces, so I eat the "main" dish when I first get hungry and then snack/graze on the rest through the afternoon if I need it. Dinner is substantial. Anything left over can be eaten as snacks, but I need to set limits on WHAT those snacks are.
I also found that tracking my own BMR helped me figure out where Spark sets my daily calories. I think they trend on the low side of things, so I'm always more forgiving with myself because I DON'T count my calories against my food.
"It's not who you are that holds you back, it's who you think you're not" ~Anonymous
"It is never too late to be what you might have been." ~George Elliot
| Pounds lost: 106.4