I have to ask - how many calories are you aiming for? and what type of exercise do you do?
I'm 5'0". I've ranged in weight from 95 pounds to 150. I have found that, when I'm lifting weights, I weigh more, even though I'm a small size. At one time, I weighed 132 and was wearing a size 4. So....if you are doing any good strength training, you may not lose much more weight.
And you want to make sure you're eating enough foods, otherwise your body will plateau and you'll stop losing. Especially if you are doing harder workouts.
But, your body may be happy at the 128.5 pounds. This journey is more about how healthy you are and how you physically feel, not the number on the scale. Do you have energy, sleep well, feel good, are you happy? When you go to the doctor, are you considered healthy? Is your blood sugar and blood pressure good? Cholesterol? Thyroid?
I urge you to look at the big picture, not just the scale, and listen to what your body is telling you. If it's saying "I'll be healthier at 125", then continue on. But if your current weight is good, they concentrate on living a healthy lifestyle and enjoying life, not moving the scale.
| current weight: 154.6