I went to have a peek at your Nutrition Tracker, but unfortunately it isn't public. If you make it public, you may get some more helpful tips.
I see that you have been a member for quite some time, but wonder if you are new to this journey. What you are experiencing is perfectly normal. Most people have losses of varying amounts, and also gains of varying amounts when they are on this healthy lifestyle journey. It doesn't mean that you are doing anything wrong - it is just 'normal'!!!
If you are getting in more exercise, your body will retain more fluid for a while, developing new muscle tissue, which means more weight. This will settle down.
I strongly suggest that you biff the scales for a while, because you may find that you fixate too much on the numbers, even tho' you realize that this is only a small part of the journey. Instead, be guided more by your energy levels, how your clothes fit, your quality of sleep, and the condition of your hair/skin. If you have BP, cholesterol and blood sugar problems they will improve over time. Gradually others will start to notice (for me it was about 13kg loss) but may not even realize that your are losing weight .... just that you are looking good.
As far as calories are concerned, I would guess that your calories would be about right, but it may be that you need to eat toward the higher end of the range for a while, depending on your level of activity.
Make sure that the changes you make aren't sudden and drastic. This is best done with baby steps, changing only one or two things to start with and only when your mind/body gets used to those changes, add something else to the mix. That way you have a better chance of this staying with your for the rest of your life.
I suggest that you weigh all of your food for increased accuracy and enter it all into the Nutrition Tracker. That will enable you to tweak as and when necessary to help you get a healthy balance of nutrients. It also enabled me to reach my goal after having been overweight for about 30 years. It took 16 months to lose the first 50lb, and I happily sat there for a year before deciding to move on down again. I have been at my goal for nearly 3 years, now, and I STILL weigh all of my food and enter it into the Nutrition Tracker to ensure that THAT is where I stay :-)
Good luck, and take care,
| current weight: 151.0