Kim, have you put your food intake through any calculators for a couple of weeks? By your measurements you are in the hard to lose range, when you do have to count at least until you get an idea of rough intake; you have to train smartly and play with macros.I keep trying different things (within paleo) but I still haven't lost a single pound. I keep all my meals down to just meat and veggies, with fruit and nuts used mostly as condiments. I recently cut out alcohol, almost all dairy (just a small sprinkling of cheese on a salad a couple times per week) and coffee. I also started forcing myself to eat a protein-heavy breakfast and not allow myself even a smidgen of a snack after dinner, to try to get my insomnia under control. All that, and the only difference I've seen is uncomfortably tight pants. The scale says I'm exactly the same as where I started but somehow the pants are all tighter, and I can't blame the dryer for it when it's all of them! I think I may have actually lost water weight and gained fat. It's so frustrating to read all the success stories and be trying so hard myself with no success whatsoever. And even worse, I have a lot of family & friends ask about my "weird paleo diet" since I've been doing it for nearly 6 months now ... and I always have to admit that nope, I haven't lost any weight.
What works for me is heavy lifting 3x a week (I just switched from 3x a week barbell to 2x a week barbell + KBs) with short cardio sessions (~ 40 min with warm/up/cool down aiming for 1-2 HIITs a week) on the alternate days and walking 45 + min a day. I also try to eat low fat/high protein/carb on lifting days and high fat/low carb on cardio days. I exclude fruit and all sweeteners, nuts and dairy (though atm I am experimenting with adding raw milk hard cheese in).
It seems that your food is under control, so training or inappropriate training may be the trouble. Heavy lifting was the only thing that actually made a difference in my body shape, mostly positive (though I am not happy about large quadracep, but I take it as a part of the better package).
It is hard to find the right solution for oneself, but I am very willing to share what I did, when, when it became ineffective etc.