It sounds like you might be overdoing it. Try cardio 3 days a week (simple walking one or 2 of the days) and strengh training the other 3 days. The more exercise you do, the more calories you need to keep your body from going into the starvation mode. Go back to the beginning when you first joined SparkPeople & see what you put down for the exercise/movement part - did you put "sedentery", "slightly active", "Normal Activity Level", or High Activity Level" (Might not be in those exact words, but you get my drift). If you originally set it as low or moderate, then you need to change it to "High", since you are more active. Also, change your weight to what you weigh now. After doing that, go to the "Track Nutrition" part of this site and click for them to do meal planning for you. This will show you how many carbs, protein, fats, etc they say you need to eat, complete w/ a meal an to follow (you can substitute your fav fruits, veggies, meats, breads, but stay within their guidelines for how much. If all of this is still good, then try adding wrist & ankle weights to your workouts, or add weight in a backpack to carry while you walk. Sometimes, once you've lost weight, your body needs some extra resistance, like the weight you already lost, in order to break through a plateau, like you're in. Also, change up your routine and trick your or confuse your body - slip up occasionally, skip an exercise day, but confuse it somehow. It works for me.