Today, my only meal so far was my spicy cayenne pork sausage (1 lbs) with spinach, tomatoes, vingrette dressing, aged cheddar cheese and olives heaped on top. I don't know how many macronutrients were in all the vegetable bullshit, but a pound of pork sausage had, according to the label, 96 grams of fat and 72 grams of protein. Other than that I've had some of my friend's homemade jerky to snack on (no nutrient information), and a few handfuls (servings) of sunflower seeds (15g fat, 5 carb, 6 protein per 30g serving). I'll probably go for the rest of the night (6-7 hours) without getting hungry again, and if I do, I'll snarf down a couple of hot dogs before I retire. I also had a can of coconut water (10g sugar) earlier to start the day. Unless someone asked me, I wouldn't normally record this information anywhere. I trust my body to know what to do with what I give it.
As far as what kind of workouts the thread recommends, I will gladly defer to your expertise since I haven't lifted seriously since I was in my early 20s (8-ish years ago). I don't even own weights right now. I'm a very active person since I do at least one of these activities on a weekly basis - running, hiking, biking, climbing/rappelling, skiing/snowboarding, bowling, frisbee or golfing. I also walk everywhere I need to go on a daily basis since I live in a city and my car sits unmoved for weeks on end. I'm 5' 10" and about 160 lbs down from almost 200 a year ago since changing my diet and cutting out beer and soda. Where should I go from here? I'm not really looking to bulk up since I already turn some heads as it is, but tone up a bit and get stronger, faster, and leaner a la Bruce Lee. I wouldn't mind ending up around 150 lbs soaking wet. Agility is a trait more important to me than raw strength.