Now has been much harder for me also :(
This has been the most I've ever stuck to a diet. In the past I cheated a lot, but would still lose some weight. This time, I adhered to my plan almost completely, and hardly saw anything for results. Two things are going on: one, I'm not working, and running around as a nurse burned a lot of calories! Two, I have insulin resistance now, and my metabolism needs help.
I'm going to be seeing a doctor who specializes in this problem, so hopefully that will be of some help. I try to increase my daily activity by doing extra housework - vacuuming, carrying laundry up from the basement, and scrubbing bathrooms all burn calories! I also set myself goals to try new recipes every week to encourage me to cook at home - even if they're not low fat, I eat way less calories at home than I do dining out. I try to eat a high protein breakfast, because this keeps my blood sugar under control for the day, and also keeps my hunger in check far better than a bowl of cereal.
It's hard staying motivated when I'm not losing, so I also come to SP often for support, as well as read a lot of books about other peoples weight loss challenges and successes. I am also learning about eating clean, because cutting out the processed junk is so much healthier not only for me but also my family.