Good call boomer. It's good to see someone open-minded enough to consider someone's possible difference in goals, therefore leaving it up to them to figure out what will work for them. Take his advice Cyclist, most people would throw at you their routines that they swear by, which is obviously specific to them. Repped.
Back to the thread... My routine changes depending on my mood. Since I live in rural Alaska, I have a lot available very close to me. I run mountains, cycle my town (22mi. loop), and swim at least once weekly. If I don't feel like cardio, I'll lift at home, but no more than twice a week. So on avg. I do 2days lifting, 4days cardio of some sort, and rest one day.
My diet is all food at this point (no supps), and I keep it around 55% carbs, 20% fats, 25% protein. That's just what works for me, and I maintain at about 3000 calories per day.
Stay in tune with your own body. I think that's most important.