I got a FitBit which really helps me know how many calories I am burning (not sure if it is accurate but it still helps).
I got an Apple Watch and it gives me calories, steps, exercise and reminds me once an hour to stand up, which is very helpful at work. And it was eye-opening to see how little calories/movement I had when I worked long days.
OP, if you're using Lose It!, it works VERY well with the Apple watch. I've been in menopause since 44 (I'm nearing 47), thanks to pelvic radiation. I've not found that weight management has been any tougher, fortunately. I've even managed to lose 25# since the first of this year. I come from a family of short, wide, big-boobed women. I really think using a food app with a HRM like Apple watch or Fitbit is huge! I used to have to use calorie burn charts, which notoriously overestimate calories burned for people who have longterm fitness. I think those estimates were sometimes nearly double what I actually burned. I'm pretty efficient, unfortunately (not at all fast, but my body is great at using the fewest calories possible, heh). Plus those charts don't know what sort of bike I'm on when I'd try to estimate calories burned on a ride. I suspect they're set up with the assumption that people are on 30# big box store bikes, not <20# road bikes or aero advantaged tri/TT bikes with quality wheels and hubs.
"Rectum, damn near killed 'em!"
Thriving, in spite of familial metastatic colorectal cancer since 2017 (diagnosed @ 44)
Minus most of rectum/sigmoid colon and 1 lung lobe Early screening saves lives!