I had a lot more weight than you to lose, at least 30lbs, probably more. I do a lot of hiking, I was bicycle commuting and doing some jogging at lunch back then. I did not see any weight loss at all for 5 weeks and I got really sick from the low carb flu to the point I cramped up horribly at about week 4.5 and then learned I needed a lot more sodium and potassium if I was going to keep up my active life and survive. Right about then, the weight started to move and I lost it pretty quickly.
But I'm only where you are now. I could probably lose 10-15lbs. I lift heavy 2x a week. I sprint. I walk and hike. I don't lose weight anymore though. This seems to be where my body wants to be. For some people (like me), you have to eat so much less that life is not worth living. I do not want to live like a concentration camp survivor. I want to eat when I'm hungry and not worry about food so much.
You might not be the same as me, though. After patience stops working, you might enjoy calorie cycling. Or maybe intermittent fasting. IF has not done anything for me but could help you. Maybe plain old portion control. Maybe more calories from fat and fewer from meat and starch. Maybe more from starch and less from fat. Maybe less exercise, as opposite as that sounds. More sleep. Lots to try, but I'd wait and see what happens first.
Female, 5'3", 49, Starting weight: 163lbs. Current weight: 135 (more or less).
I can squat 180lbs, press 72.5lbs and deadlift 185lbs