First, Primal/paleo are not focused on weightloss, but on health. Losing weight is something that most Americans need to do, but this is about getting healthy. If you treat this as a diet that you intend to break after you meet your goal, it isn't going to work.
If you want help, you'll have to post more specific information. Part of the need for this specific information is to make sure you have realistic expectations of PB and yourself:
How tall are you?
How much do you weigh? What is your bodyfat percentage?
What is your goal for body composition (weight/bodyfat/appearance)?
What are you eating, honestly, and specifically? How much of it?
How much are you sleeping?
How are your stress levels?
While I love krav, and many people here swear by crossfit, I'm not convinced that intense workouts 5 days a week are going to help you lose weight. You need recovery time, or your body will be stressed, shedding muscle in exchange for storing fat. Maybe you can handle that workload.
If you want it to be easy, you could follow the blueprint more closely for a while, or go with a more strict paleo way of eating. (Cocktails tend to have lots of sugar, in addition to the alcohol. People who drink alcohol tend to eat junk food.)
If you want it to work for you, you need to think about cutting back or cutting out certain items that are holding you back. This requires thought and discipline to give up alcohol or dairy or nuts for a month. You need to identify and be consistently aware of the things that your body doesn't like.
Finally, the blueprint is a guideline. If you take the no-though-required, no-nonsense PB path for a while and it's still not working for you when you are following it strictly, then you need to intelligently change things, one at a time, until you figure out what your body needs. Some people need more recovery time. Some people need more carbs, more VitaminD, more/less sleep, more walking. Some people can tolerate more sugar, alcohol, fruit, dairy, rice, nuts, etc., than others.