According to the CaloriesPerHour website my RMR is 1740 calories currently, which is what i've been aiming for. I figure my activity level is somewhere between 1.2 ("Sedentary - Little or no exercise and desk job") and 1.35 ("Lightly Active - Light exercise or sports 1-3 days a week") which would put my actual calorie consumption between 2,088 and 2,393. However i tried plugging an "average day" into the Activity Calculator and came up with a total of 2723 calories, which seems rather high. That would equate to an RMR factor of 1.55, "Moderately Active - Moderate exercise or sports 3-5 days a week," which i don't think is really what should be used to describe 8 hours of desk work and rollerblading about twice a week.
As a "control," i tried putting in 24 hours of sleep, which came out to 1715 calories, and 8 hours of sleep and 16 hours of "resting," which came out to 1842, so that part at least seems fairly in line with the RMR calculation.
I think somewhere else on the site they recommended that the best target was 15-20% below your activity level, so i'm not sure if i should stick with my current 1750 target (but perhaps with getting back to better accounting again) because that's presumably what my metabolism is currently adapted to (which worked _great_ for the first four or six months before stalling out,) or go with the 15-20% deficit and try to get my metabolism faster. (And if i do that, do i base that off of the "Lightly Active" RMR rate, or the amount i came up with using the Activity Calculator?)