First, thank you for sharing your nutrition trackers. That helps a LOT! It's difficult to make suggestions based on what you're doing.
Immediately looking at your one available day for tracking, I see two things.
1) There are very few vegetables, and a lot of prepackaged stuff. Focus on eating whole foods and getting lots of veggies.
2) You aren't tracking consistently. In order to lose weight, you need to KNOW, not just guess, at what you're eating. Even if you've lost weight before, start over anew like you've never done this before. Track everything you eat, and don't eyeball it, either; weigh and measure everything!
What's your current program? How much are you burning through exercise each week, how tall are you, how much do you weigh, what's your calorie range, and your average calories each day?
Have you updated your fitness/weight loss goals recently? SP recommends to check and save these at least every 10-15 pounds. The ranges do not adjust automatically as you lose weight. Even if you don't change anything, you need to check and save them every so often to trigger an update.