Everyone has times where the weight-loss comes to a standstill or even increases slightly. It is perfectly normal, so don't worry.
So long as you are eating within your range and getting some exercise in, you should be fine. Just make sure that you eat healthy stuff mostly, and very little processed stuff, and that it is balanced, and including lots of fruit/veges.
One thing I will comment on re writing what you eat down on paper - it is good as a general guide, BUT not totally accurate. I would imagine that you 'guessed' the weights? That can make a huge difference to what you actually consumed. If you haven't got one, I would suggest investing in a good digital scale that has weights in small increments and can go up to 5kg (about 12lb) (more useful in the kitchen than the lower weight option).
The other thing to remember is this, when you get closer to your goal weight, we seem to have to work a wee bit harder to lose it. It might be that you need to change your exercise regime a little.
Overall, tho', don't judge success by the scales - judge it by how your clothes fit, the quality of your sleep, your blood results, your BP, your energy levels and the condition of your hair/skin. THEY are better indicators than any number on a scale is. I weigh myself, but only when I got to my Dr or Dietitian at the Medical Centre.
| current weight: 151.0