I weighed myself a day early this week and found I had lost another pound, bringing the total to 14!
I am shocked, but I seem to be losing weight easier by not counting calories. Totally stopped counting three weeks ago and lost a pound each for the past two weeks. I did count them daily for long enough that I now pretty much know what is full of calories and what isn't and I still avoid the big calorie foods. The difference might be that I don't feel obligated to eat the 1200 recommended calories.
On My Fitness Pal if you don't eat the 1200 calories (or whatever the recommended calories are for you), even if it is only under by 5, it will warn you that you might not be getting enough nutrition. Also, when it was near the end of my day, if I saw that I had only eaten 1000 calories I would feel obligated to eat 200 more, even if I wasn't the least bit hungry because I felt I was somehow depriving myself which made me feel hungry. Eating when I am not hungry is just stupid, I don't care how few calories I had that day.
BTW, I do take vitamins because I realize that possibly I don't get enough nutrition. However, I feel I probably get more nutrition than when I was stuffing my face with fried foods, sweets and cheese. :-D