It's not the foods. It's the calories. Cut out the emptiest calories. Those would be bulletproof coffee (by far), red wine and almond butter in that order.
Don't put your trust in anyone on this forum, including me. You are the key to your own success.
The Caveman Eats: My Primal Recipes for Athletes and Average Joe's Alike
^^ was gonna say that... More walks or longer duration...maybe...
I get what others are saying about the butter & calories. My BP coffee for breakfast and lunch is like 400 calories combined. Then supper is anywhere from 500 - 800 usually. If I have a real lunch, I usually need a snack about 3pm, so another 2-300 calories or so. Seems like if I have anything for breakfast, especially fruit, I am hungrier all day. I still track calories and try not to go over 1500 - 1600 but it is more of a struggle if I eat before lunch time.
I find I am able to go for more & more 24s. One 30 & 36 thrown in there, shooting for a 48.
I am not much of a wine drinker however I do LOVE sweet mixed drinks so I just don't unless it is a special occasion, like once every few months.
70lbs gone and counting!!
Fat 2 Fit - One Woman's Journey
To answer some questions.
I am 5'3, (someone suggested that weight may be too light for me)
I work out a lot, high intensity martial arts/kickboxing, so amping up the exercise may not be the answer.
Lighten up your workout intensity for a week (or just take the whole damn week off).
Figure out how many calories you need to maintain your weight with a sedentary lifestyle. Then knock 250 kcals off of that and consume that many every day for a week.
Weigh, measure and track everything you put in your mouth for that week.
That should get things moving again.
Probably the only thing you need to do is quit the BP coffee. Simple.
In addition to avoiding buttered coffee, almond butter, and booze, I would recommend adding long, brisk walks whenever possible to your schedule. I would also add in one very low calorie / IF / low carb day (like, piece of fish + green veg for lunch, same for dinner, NOTHING else) at least once per week.
Give all of that a month and if you still feel the need to drop weight, go research carb cycling, IF, etc. - advanced weight loss tweaks.
If you are new to the PB - please ignore ALL of this stuff, until you've read the book, or at least http://www.marksdailyapple.com/primal-blueprint-101/ and this (personal fave): http://www.archevore.com/get-started/