It's hard to make general comments because your diet and exercise are all over the place. Some days you are getting a decent amount of exercise, other days only 15 minutes. There are times when you are eating as many as 3000 calories and times when you are within your range. Sometimes your carb intake is in a good range, sometimes it is WAY out of whack.
So I guess my biggest recommendation would be to pick a set of clear goals and stick with them every day for at least two weeks, without exception. Be consistent.
I also see quite a bit of alcohol and fruit juice over the last week--those things are high in calories and in most cases carbs, plus they are not filling at all. Cut them out. If you must have alcohol, try white rum or tequila, both of which are carb free.
I agree with the idea that you are probably getting too much sodium. Most of your protein sources are high in sodium, plus you are eating things like fried peanuts, which are likely salted. Most of your protein seems to be coming from red meat too, which is something to consider. Recommendations that I have seen recently indicate that red meat is something to have once or twice a month at most.
You probably are eating too much fruit on some days. I can relate--I completely messed up my weight loss in June by indulging in way too much fresh fruit salad . :) Try limiting to 1-2 servings a day. Berries are a good bet--they are full of fiber and have fewer carbs than many other fruit choices. You could increase your veggie intake and satiety by having a big salad full of leafy greens and other fresh vegetables, topped with a few beans and a small portion of chicken, tuna, etc.
Good luck and congrats on losing 4 pounds already!
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