your ticker shows that you weigh about 130. and the thing about weighing 130 lbs is that, unless you're 5' or under, you're not really overweight, or at least not enough to be able to see changes very quickly. in other words, you're at a place that's pretty close to where you want to be, so you're not going to see big changes very quickly.
to put it another way, if you weighed 330 lbs, you could probably see a 12-15 lb loss that first month. you would have a lot of excess fat and more room to lose. if you weighed 220 lbs then you could probably see an 8-10 lb loss that first month. but when you're 130 lbs, you really have little to no excess to lose. which means you can't pull in big numbers. you're looking at more like .25 lb per week, which is a pound in a month, and, well, your weight can vary by up to 5 lbs per day. so even if you did everything right and lost, the amount that you might have lost can be masked by normal variations.
i know you said you weren't focusing on weight as much, but weight is the best way that i could [hopefully] explain it. when you're close to where you should/want to be, the going is going to be slow. normal variation is going to mask a lot of the work you do. it doesn't mean you're doing anything wrong, just that you're not at a place where you're likely to see big drops in anything. it's going to be a bit by bit over a lot of time sort of process.
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